We may have lost the QRIO and the AIBO last week, but when one gadget company shuts a door, another opens a window: Nintendo announced the DS Lite, a smaller, um, lighter version of the DS. Microsoft also announced CableCARD 2.0 support for Vista (for a price, anyway), and one of their own, Ford Davidson, took a few to sit down with us and discuss Windows Mobile in the marketplace. And, of course, our usual dose of next-gen optical discussions continues, with a pinch of listener voicemail and a touch of gadgety democracy thrown in for good measure.
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Peter Rojas and Ryan Block
J J J - 'Suits' in Japan
1:10:20, 32.1MB, MP3
01:17 - Nintendo announces DS Lite
05:39 - Sony killed AIBO and QRIO
10:38 - Study finds robot pets as good as live ones
14:02 - Netflix to support HD DVD and Blu-ray
16:28 - Samsung SH-B022 Blu-ray burner reviewed
18:27 - Culprit uncovered in Core Duo battery drain: Microsoft driver
21:44 - CableCARD on Vista to require CableLabs certification
26:00 - TiVo undelete forthcoming!
28:31 - Interview with Ford Davidson of Microsoft's Mobile division
52:01 - Listener voicemail!
48:19 - Engadget Awards ending soon, and we're up for two Bloggies!
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