Episode 39 of The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is live!

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In this episode:

In Video Games, Tony talks about Uncharted 2 on the PS3. Lou talks about trying to get into Aion on the PC. Then miscellaneous video game news including rumors about forthcoming PS3 firmware updates and the next Xbox.

In TV (~19:15), the guys discuss The OfficeFlash Forward, Heroes and Modern Family. Lou also talks about Stargate Universe a bit more. After some random TV news, the guys play an interview with Deborah Puette, who guest-starred on last night’s fantastic episode of The Office.

In Movies (~1:07:50) the guys realize they forgot to talk about Glee, then Lou confesses that he still hasn’t seen anything, and Tony talks about Zombieland. Miscellaneous movie news after that, including info on a movie deal for Frenemy of the State, based on a graphic novel miniseries created by Rashida Jones. Cool.

In the Mash-Up segment (~1:28:35) there’s all sorts of stuff. Here’s the list of those items, and we’ll try to get links to them up soonly-ish:

  • Pictures of Nokia’s 920 have leaked
  • Polaroid will re-start its instant film & camera business next year
  • Nothing really happened when we assploded a thingie on the moon last week 🙁
  • Nikon’s D3s DSLR can shoot up to 102,400 ISO (!)
  • The Vatican has opened up their collection of nifty astronomy and space-themed stuff
  • Dyson has come out with a $300 fan with no blades
  • Amazon’s testing “Local Express” delivery in 7 cities…same day delivery for $15 (or less if you’re an Amazon Prime member)
  • Scientists have put rats into suspended animation using deadly poison (but just a LITTLE of it)
  • Wi-Fi Direct is coming next year offering peer-to-peer Wi-Fi (no router needed)
  • The first Microsoft Store in Scottsdale, AZ may be open by next Weds (for the launch of Windows 7)
  • TransferJet is starting to gain momentum: Low-cost, near-proximity wireless with enhanced security
  • Whistler has announced a Red Light Camera Detector
  • Kenwood’s Cooking Chef will automagically make risotto (or meringue) for you…for ONLY $1,600
  • The crazy glowing ring over Moscow
  • Yamaha’s creepy HRP-4C robot can now sing. Ick.
  • Buffalo has released the first two USB 3.0 external hard drives
  • T-Mobile Sidekick users had all their data hosed
  • Honda’s releasing a dog-friendly option package for the Element starting next month
  • Yamaha’s TSX-W80 clock radio has two iPod docks…one built-in, one wireless
  • Viper is an iPhone app that lets you start your car from anywhere in the world where you have cell service (yes, hardware in your car required)
  • The Ad Astra Rocket Company just tested the most powerful plasma rocket in history…say that they can build one that’ll get us to Mars in 39 days
  • T3 has announced this year’s Gadget Award winners
  • Sony’s new Vaio L series can be used as a TV / Blu-ray player without booting the PC

As always, the end of the episode is when Tony & Lou reveal their votes for this week’s Best & Worst entertainment moments.

The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is hosted by long-time friends Tony Incopero and Lou Zucaro. Join them as they discuss all sorts of fun things in the world of entertainment, gaming, gadgets, cars and more with a healthy dose of their sense of humor.

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