Have you ever heard that Aaliyah song where Timbaland's all "it's been a long time (time), we shouldn'ta left you (left you) without a dope beat to step to (step to)?" That's how we feel now, or it's how we felt yesterday, and now this is a new beat to step to, but it's a whole entire Engadget Podcast to step to.

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Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, Nilay Patel
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Billionaire

00:07:05 - Verizon's LTE details go live: December 5th, 38 markets, 60 airports, and 2 USB modems
00:08:34 - Verizon LTE plans start at $50/month for 5GB of data (update)
00:09:00 - Verizon LTE / 4G preview with the LG VL600 modem
00:11:00 - Verizon confirms contract-free 4G LTE options: same rates, pricier modems
00:33:25 - 55 people think the iPad is more valuable than the Galaxy Tab (updated)
00:42:15 - RIM buys TAT, BlackBerry UI in danger of becoming awesome
00:55:14 - Chrome OS consumer launch pushed to 2011, Google-branded Chromebook could still arrive this year
01:06:30 - Dell Inspiron Duo review
01:25:00 - Dell Venue Pro finally available to order: $99 on contract, shipping December 9th
01:25:37 - Acer reveals Iconia dual-screen laptop / tablet, Clear.fi cloud-based media sharing system
01:26:30 - Acer Iconia first hands-on! (update: video!)
01:30:55 - Sony Ericsson LiveView review



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