1-Up On Wall Street: Apple Plays With Siri, Story Versus Spectacle in Video Games, and "Godzilla" Sp
Will Apple's CarPlay interface do for connected cars what Sync never could? Will critical acclaim for story-driven video games, such as Telltale's popular adaptation of The Walking Dead, change how Activision Blizzard , Electronic Arts , and other studios see the market? And will Bryan Cranston's epic reaction in the new trailer for Godzilla drive moviegoers to the theaters this May? Ellen Bowman, Nathan Alderman, and Tim Beyers have these stories and more in this week's episode of 1-Up on Wall Street!
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