'Star Trek' lives at WonderCon 2007 Video
At WonderCon 2007 in San Francisco, CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks to comic book industry experts--as well as enthusiastic conference-goers--about the role computers and technology are playing in altering the way comic books are made and read.
Behind the whimsical costumes and light demeanor at WonderCon 2007, comic-book publishers are dealing with serious issues. From Tony Harris' Ex Machina, which takes place in post-9/11 New York, to Michael Turner's feuding sea culture in Fathom, the war on terror has struck an animated note. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari reports from San Francisco.
Many gathered Wednesday at Digital Hollywood 2006 in San Jose, Calif., to hear the pros talk about the future of media online. Many feel that the television and movie studios will increasingly move to the online market. One such member, Brian E. Taptich, the vice president of business development at BitTorrent, talks with CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about how his company is leading the trend in the industry. What's the future for online video sharing? Will studios and the online community live in copyright harmony?
The 404 podcast crew go to the New York opening of the film 'Star Trek' and talk to fans of the series about the new reboot.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari interviewed Ben Golub, President and CEO of Plaxo. They talked about the privacy of members records.
"Snakes on a Plane," a movie that plays on the fear of reptiles, opened on Aug. 17. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talked to folks attending the movie opening in San Francisco. What brought them there--typical movie hype or the clip posted on YouTube?
Much to the delight of Trekkies and science fiction fans everywhere, "Star Trek Into Darkness" zooms into theaters this weekend. Moviegoers will see big names such as Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana in the credits, but may miss another key role: that of sound designer. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us this behind-the-scenes listen of how the sound effects were created in a studio far from Hollywood.
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.
At Supernova2006 in San Francisco, Linden Lab founder and CEO Philip Rosedale appears in the flesh and talks with CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about real-world events.
If you've ever wondered what it would take for Wilson to finally snap, well...it's today. After getting a load of flack for "spoiling" the "Star Trek" movie on last Friday's show, Wilson retaliates. You gotta hear this. We also take a crack at the Guitar Hero reality show, Disneyland noodies, chatting with strangers, and wolf shirts guaranteed to give you magic powers!