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Tony Hawk checks in with CNET's The 404 to preview his upcoming video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD and talk a little about the influence of the original game.
Tony Hawk demos his brand-new game Tony Hawk Ride and the game's innovative control board on CNET's The 404.
The 'Tony Hawk' series gets another overhaul--this time, it's all about your skateboarding career. 'Tony Hawk's Proving Ground' throws you into the middle of skateboarding's culture allowing a more open-ended experience not seen in any 'Tony Hawk' game to
CNET's The 404 Podcast is very proud to welcome Tony Hawk to the studio today! The man who rode skateboarding to mainstream success sits down with us for a chat about his expansive video game franchise, skateboarding being added to the Olympics, and, of course, his newest game, Tony Hawk: RIDE.
Professional skateboarder and entrepreneur Tony Hawk is back on the The 404 Podcast to chat about his new book, the Tony Hawk Foundation charity events, his newest game Tony Hawk: Shred, and much more!
Wayne Brady drops by the studio and takes a stand against Internet haters, in all their forms: Twitter, Xbox Live, and Facebook. He'll also give us his take on violence in video games, preview his upcoming improv show on ABC, and reveal details about his smartphone app in the works, tentatively called "Is Wayne Brady Gonna Have to Choke a _______"
GameStop may create a gaming tablet, Netflix acquires the rights to stream "Mad Men," and YouTube may craft original content on new channels.
Music mogul and entrepreneur Russell Simmons speaks about ADD, his new original content YouTube channel, which aims to move culture forward.
Hawking Technologies' HBB1 Broadband Booster can help make a high-speed connection more efficient and improve the quality of audio and video streams.
Former President Bill Clinton will take your questions in an upcoming YouTube interview, Comcast has a free service that lets you text to get details about what's on TV, and Google's new search feature is actually good at filtering out the bad stuff.