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Managing Director Richard J. Lewis talks about the premise of the new CBS show "Person of Interest."
Producing Director Richard J. Lewis talks about how his new show may not be so far-fetched from reality.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Chairman Bill Gates talks about the company's Smart Personal Object Technology, which will appear in watches and magnets in the fall.
Wilson G. Tang talks to the cast and director of the summer sequel 'Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian' about the film's stunning visual effects, the challenges of acting against green screen and how films and video games are coming together.
The rumors about the Apple Tablet are getting crazy and special guest Cali Lewis nails it when she calls it a unicorn. We also get the first look at the Google OS, and nobody is very excited about Microsoft Office 2010. Except the one person who never uses it. Me. And we get some of the inside scoop behind the FAA outage.
This week on preGAME, hosts Jeff Bakalar and Mark Licea take a sneak peek at the action-thriller Metro 2033! Join us as we play it live on the show and talk to the game's executive producer, Luis Gigliotti live in the studio. We chat with Luis about how the title made the jump from novel to video game and how the PC version was built in 3D from the ground up.
Brian Tong takes a look at the Samsung Thin Ground Breaking LED TV at CES 2009.
It's our 20th episode, which means we break out the expensive rose Champagne and celebrate in style. On today's show, we talk for a million minutes about the iPad 3, Google wants to sell the dumbest crap in its store, and we pull out our new segment, Analysts' Corner, just in time for Valentine's Day!
Being that we are a little more than a week away from the Academy Awards, this show is about one of the awards categories: visual effects. We talk with Russell Earl of ILM, who was co-visual effects supervisor on the new Star Trek movie, and with Daniel Terdiman of CNET, who covers the category for CNET News.
Ron Richards from iFanboy joins us as we finish today's show with a discussion of Geek vs. Nerd and decide Dork is the next wave. We also talk about a cow that poops money, also known as Jonathan Coulton's business model. And we get mad at the AT&T.