The gang's all here, folks! Yes, it's been a rough couple weeks apart, but Josh, Paul, and Nilay have finally managed to reunite, and Engadget Podcast 158 is the happy result. Join the boys as they take Apple to task for its recent App Store shenanigans and the dismissal of Eric Schmidt from the board of directors, pick apart the Windows 7 upgrade matrix, and then shift into cruising gear for a run to The Shack and some quick thoughts on a trio of new cameras. Yeah, it's good to be back.
Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Song: Ruby Soho
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00:02:20 - FCC queries AT&T, Apple on Google Voice iPhone app rejection
00:03:10 - Google's Eric Schmidt resigns from Apple board over "conflict of interest"
00:12:40 - Phil Schiller says Apple didn't censor a dictionary.
00:35:15 - Official Windows 7 upgrade chart is ridiculous
00:45:20 - The Shack! Radio Shack's current bid for relevance
00:52:43 - Nikon Coolpix S1000pj projector-cam beams into reality along with friends
00:59:28 - Kodak Zi8: Kodak Zi8 impressions: surprising functionality, but it's still a pocket camcorder
01:04:38 - Sony Party-show dock: Sony's Party-shot dock snaps incriminating Facebook photos while you drink
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