Episode 108 of The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is live!
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In video games, Tony talks about Max Payne 3, Resistance 3, Fez, Mercury Hg and Minecraft. Lou talks about Diablo III and WoW a bit. Miscellaneous gaming news follows.
In TV (~27:50), the guys talk about American Idol and The Voice. Tony talks about Around the World in 80 Plates, Celebrity Apprentice and Revenge. Lou talks about Fringe, Missing and True Blood season 3. Then onto some general TV news.
In Movies (~57:55), both of the guys saw Avengers. Tony finally saw The Descendants and Lou talks about Lockout as well. Some movie news follows.
In the Mashup, the news this week includes:
- Microsoft is doing away with both DVD playback in Windows 8, and the whole Windows Live thing…you’ll just have a single Microsoft Account moving forward.
- Version 19 of Google’s Chrome browser will now sync open tabs across different devices
- Samsung already has 9 million pre-orders for the Galaxy SIII
- A company called Synergy is trying to raise money via Kickstarter to build a box-wing aircraft
- HP’s t410 computer has a single Ethernet cable that even supplies power to it
- Hot on the heels of Barnes & Nobles’ success with the Nook Simple with Glowlight, Amazon is reportedly working on their own front-lit eReader
- Nearly 40% of New York City’s 9-1-1 calls are butt-dials
- Reuters is reporting that the iPhone 5 will in fact have a 4″ screen and come out in September or October
- The next iPhone may also see an all new, smaller dock connector
- Google has just added Knowledge Graph to many search results
- Verizon is not carrying grandfathered unlimited data 3G plans forward to 4G service
- A guy going by the name BTE Dan has put together a website and proposal for building an actual, functioning, space-going USS Enterprise (but without warp drive)
- The Center for Innovation, Testing and Evaluation (CIT-E) will begin construction next month
Finally, at the end of the episode is when Tony & Lou reveal their choices for best and worst entertainment moments of the week…and, this time, for the whole year!
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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