Episode 82 of The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is live!

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We start out this episode with a touch of listener mail, general pleasantries and tomgeekery.

In video games, Tony talks about Killzone 3 and Pixel Junk Shooter 2, both on the PS3Miscellaneous video game news follows.

In TV (~28:30), the segment starts with American Idol 10 and the guys also talk about Top Chef All-Stars and V. Tony talks about The Chicago Code, Celebrity Apprentice, America’s Next Great Restaurant and Glee. Lou talks a little about Mr. Sunshine, with random TV news tidbits after that.

In Movies (~1:08:15), Tony saw Unstoppable on VuDu. Lou still hasn’t seen a movie since TRON Legacy. Miscellaneous movie news follows.

In the Mash-Up segment (~1:26:25) the news this week includes:

  • The state of New Jersey almost auctioned off a bunch of old computers to raise money – computers from the judicial branch of the state’s government that still had sensitive information on them about abused children, peoples’ tax returns, computer passwords, complete information on foster children and Social Security numbers.
  • iPad 2 goes on sale tomorrow, and if you happened to buy an iPad in the last couple of weeks, Apple will give you back $100
  • Sculptors in the UK built a life-size model of the new Chevy Orlando out of Play-Doh as a publicity stunt for the new, non-U.S. vehicle.
  • Google’s Chrome 10 browser is out and it is really, really fast. But there’s still no bookmarks bar.
  • RockMelt is a new Chromium-based browser for Windows that integrates Facebook and Twitter into the browser to streamline your online activities.
  • A survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers revealed that 2/3 of divorce lawyers cite Facebook as the primary source of evidence in divorce proceedings.
  • The new AMD Radeon HD 6990 is available, with dual GPUs, for about $700 and up
  • Finally, JVC’s new GS-TD1 3D camcorder retails for $1,700, and will let you shoot natively in 3D at 1080i resolution

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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