You might call it was a momentous week - not only did Nicholas Negroponte and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan unveil the MIT Media Lab's OLPC $100 laptop at the UN Net Summit in Tunisia, but there's also some serious buzz emanating from the video game world. Yes, months of patiently waiting have paid off, and Microsoft's finally launched the Xbox 360 - and we're giving up half a podcast to talk with one another about its features, media capabilities, and high def gaming experience. We even took to the street to find out why so many people were waiting in line to get one on a cold, rainy Manhattan night. And, of course, we're taking your listener calls at 888-ENGADGET, too.
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Peter Rojas and Ryan Block
J+J+J - Music with Headphones (Schmoof Remix)
59:22, 27.1 MB, MP3
01:00 The OLPC $100 laptop unveiled at UN net summit
09:38 Microsoft announces CableCARD for late 2006
15:06 Verizon has two new QWERTY phones
21:16 iPod with video no likey cellphones
22:51 Taking a look at the Nokia 770
27:20 Listener voicemail
37:44 Our Xbox 360 blowout
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