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In video games, Tony talks about God of War Origins, Amazing Spiderman, Zen Pinball and Dishonored. Lou talks about Angry Birds. Miscellaneous gaming news follows.
In TV (~22:20) the guys talk briefly about The Voice and X-Factor. Tony talks about Revenge, American Horror Story: Asylum, The Mindy Project and The New Normal. Lou talks about The New Girl, Ben & Kate, Castle and Homeland. Then onto some general TV news.
In Movies (~47:50), Tony talks about Lincoln, The Life of Pi in 3D, Deadfall, Albert Nobbs, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope and, for Tony’s Classic Film Project, Lawrence of Arabia and Europa Europa. Lou talks about Argo, Wreck-It-Ralph and Expendables II. Miscellaneous movie news follows.
In the Mashup (~1:23:45), the news this week includes:
- Apple’s gonna manufacture in the U.S. starting next year
- John McAfee was arrested. And he’s crazy.
- A guy invented a smart toaster that sounds awesome
- You can sign a petition on the White House’s website for the Government to build a Death Star
- Kochi, India now has gigabit internet
- Kyocera has developed a touch-screen that feels like you’re pressing buttons
- Nokia had a symphony orchestra create 25 new, original pieces of classical music for their Lumia phones
- Some Staples stores will soon feature a 3D printing service
- StickNFind is a low-power Bluetooth sticker you can attach to things so you can find them if you lose them
- Reaction Engines has successfully tested engines for a new spaceplane called Skylon
- Japan’s new maglev train will travel 311mph
- Intel may be moving away from socketed processors, focusing instead on processors soldered to the motherboard
- Famed architect Oscar Niemeyer has died at the age of 104
And of course, at the end of the episode is when Tony & Lou reveal their choices for best and worst entertainment moments of the week!
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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