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Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel
Guests: Joanna Stern, Chris Ziegler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: California Gurls
00:01:30 - The Engadget Show - 011: Peter Molyneux, Fable III, Milo, BlackBerry Torch, Windows Phone 7
00:01:40 - BlackBerry Torch review
00:12:48 - Exclusive: Sony Ericsson to introduce Android 3.0 gaming platform and PSP Go-like smartphone
00:18:38 - Microsoft to open mobile games studio, develop and incubate Windows Phone 7 titles
00:24:42 - Exclusive: Upcoming Apple TV loses 1080p playback, gains apps... and will be renamed iTV
00:36:10 - iPod touch coming in a 'few weeks' with dual cameras and Retina Display, suggests John Gruber
00:39:49 - CDMA iPhone in engineering tests, may arrive in January, says John Gruber
00:43:05 - Plastic Logic kills QUE, 'shifts focus' to second-generation ProReader
00:43:56 - Notion Ink Adam delayed, this time investors are to blame (updated!)
01:47:00 - Notion Ink Adam priced at $498, lives up to promise of being below $499
00:50:20 - Dell Streak on sale August 13 for $300 on AT&T contract, $550 without
00:51:14 - Off-contract Dell Streak is still SIM-locked to AT&T, wrongs still being done in the world
00:52:40 - Exclusive: Dell Thunder prototype rumbles into the wild (video)
00:57:05 - Motorola Droid 2 (and R2-D2 edition!) finally official: Android 2.2, Swype, $200 on contract
00:57:50 - Droid 2 R2-D2 edition spied in the wild, ready to repair your X-wing
00:58:30 - Motorola's Droid 2 in the wild, looking as blue as ever
01:04:18 - Motorola's Jha says MOTOBLUR brand will fade from view
01:05:22 - Epic 4G coming August 31st for $249.99 on contract (updated)
01:06:14 - HP CEO Mark Hurd resigns over sexual harassment investigation (updated with liveblog!)
01:07:35 - Former HP CEO Mark Hurd rewarded with a $40m severance after being forced to resign over fraudulent expense reports
01:09:42 - HP tells employees webOS tablet coming Q1 2011
01:11:20 - Pre designer Peter Skillman latest to leave Palm, entire senior staff now in exodus
01:14:56 - Google and Verizon announcing something policy-related at 1:30PM ET -- we're liveblogging right here
01:16:00 - Google and Verizon publish joint policy proposal for 'an open internet'
01:17:00 - Google and Verizon's net neutrality proposal explained
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