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At Apple's official launch for the iPhone software development kit in Cupertino, Calif., Travis Boatman, executive producer of mobile studios for Electronic Arts, demonstrates the company's new Spore game on the device. Spore integrates the iPhone's touch screen and tilt features into the gaming experience.
At Electronic Arts' headquarters in Redwood City, Calif., CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks to EA producers Kevin Chorney and Matt Tomporowski about the company's plans for the handheld market. And we take a special look at "Need for Speed: Carbon" for the PSP.
Travis Boatman of Electronic Arts shows off Madden NFL 10, the first game in the popular franchise to be sold in the Apple App Store.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari takes a look at Kohina.net, the big kahuna for retro video game tunes. The noisy online database is dedicated to easy listening of music from games past.
Tom McInerney, founder and CEO of video-sharing site Guba, speaks with CNET's Neha Tiwari at the Digital Hollywood conference in San Jose, Calif. McInerney explains how Guba offers user-generated content and avoids copyright infringement by offering a premium, fee-based service. Unlike YouTube, Guba has relationships with Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures Entertainment to distribute video content.
Norman Liang of IBM joins CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari at Digital Hollywood 2006 in San Jose, Calif., to speak about open entertainment, the IBM technology collaboration solution and more seamless communications. Liang also discusses the debate over open and closed systems, and within which system the future lies.
Kevin Rose, the former "Dark Tipper" of TechTV fame, chats with CNET's Neha Tiwari at Digital Hollywood Building Blocks in San Jose, Calif. Rose, whose blog-based site Digg helps users browse and find interesting stories on the Net, speaks about the increasing popularity of video and predicts what his site's next gold mine could be.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari jumps into the McDonald's video game and discovers that tending the pasture, keeping the boardroom happy, and making sure customers have smiles on their faces is much harder than it looks.
Join CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari as she talks with Robin Hunicke, a lead designer for EA's "Sims" division. See footage from the "The Sims 2 Pets" add-on, as well as from a surprise event during the EA Studio Showcase 2006, where actual puppies took the spotlight.
Have you ever seen a bus run by vegetable oil and decked out with computers and stereo system run by the world's most powerful solar panel technology? CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari takes us inside and out of the 'Big Green Bus,' a project built by and run by Dartmouth students. They made a stop in San Jose, Calif., during their 10-week tour, and we got to take a peek.