Last night's episode of The Daily Show featured MIT Media Lab instructor David Rose talking all about connected objects and his new book, Enchanted Objects. The hilarious interview left Jon Stewart in awe over the new frontier of tech.
The Mars Rover Curiosity has been a huge success thus far, inducing cheers and high kicks across the nation. Jon Stewart is just as excited.
It's hard to suppress your little-kid joy when a news story drops like the prospect of asteroid mining. Clearly Jon Stewart agrees; on last night's Daily Show, he sparkled with awe while covering the story at length. Highlights include an apt Armageddon reference, and a short but oh-so-sweet cameo by one Neil…
There have been plenty of wonderful Google Glasses parodies already, but the canon somehow didn't feel complete until Jon Stewart and The Daily Show weighed in. Fortunately, they did last night—and threw in some Instagram humor to boot.
Foxconn, Apple's manufacturer of things you likely own and Chinese despair, was last night's corporate target on The Daily Show. It's funny! But then it alternates between funny and Oh wait, this is true and awful. But then funny again!
At this point you might be sick of reading about Walter Isaacson's new mega-seller, but what about watching Jon Stewart tackle the book? Of course it's interesting. Stewart sat down with Isaacson to talk Steve and make a Zune joke.
Tragedy! The New York Times is reporting that Viacom is going to pull "The Daily Show," "The Colbert Report," and other Comedy Central properties off of Hulu next week. The reason, as always: money. The bigger question: who's next?
Last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart spit in the face of real-world sci-fi by applauding the U.S. Military's elimination of its laser plane project. A plane. That shoots lasers. What's the problem, Stewart?
Discussed within: Asimov's Laws, Microsoft Word as the downfall of robot rebellion, Astro Boy, robots with hearts of gold, Jon Stewart's embarrassing film career, and Japan's decidedly adorable robot culture. Watch after the jump.
Because of the WGA strike, there's no Daily Show, which sucks. But if you think you're suffering, think of how the writers of that wonderful program feel! In this video that the writers of our favorite mock newscast made on the picketline, they clearly explain why this strike is happening and how the studio chiefs are…
Beginning today, Comedy Central's hit shows The Colbert Report and The Daily Show will be coming to Xbox Live. Within 24 hours of the new episode airing, it will be available at the Xbox Live Marketplace for a still-unknown price. Xbox Live does try to keep their pricing competitive with the competition…
Bill Gates, media darling that he is, awkwardly walked off the Daily Show set the other night before having his requisite fake chat with Stewart while cutting to commercial. Above, you can see Stewart use this faux pas as an opportunity to mock not only Bill G, but his Windows OS as well.
If you were hoping that on The Daily Show last night Bill Gates would give you a compelling reason to rush out and buy Vista, then move along, cause there's nothing to see here. Overall, it was standard PR that sadly lacked in hilarity other than Jon Stewart asking if the beta version of Vista will make you…
Everybody's favorite richest man in the world is going to be chatted up by Jon Stewart on Monday, the day before Vista rolls out. (Or one hour, if you swing by CompUSA.)
Sure, we report on plenty of goofy and questionable inventions here at the Giz, but this "Ten Fucking Years: Inventions" clip from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart takes it one step beyond even our wildest fever dreams.