We're not gonna lie: this week, we're all over the place. PlayBook banter? We got it. Dual-screened Android analysis? Check. Cool Kinect chaos? It's in the bag. And so on and so forth, with the smoothest segways between topics on this side of the Andromeda galaxy. It's The Engadget Podcast, again, for the first time -- know it, own it, cherish it.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Darren Murph
Guests: Myriam Joire, Vlad Savov
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Light My Fire

00:04:00 - BlackBerry PlayBook Review
00:22:58 - Kyocera Echo review
00:34:45 - Windows Phone adds multitasking, deeper OS integration, and sensor access to dev platform
00:43:44 - HTC Sensation 4G official: 1.2GHz dual-core, qHD display, and Sense 3.0
00:46:46 - What is 'ix.Mac.MarketingName' and why is it listed as a supported device for iOS apps?
00:51:32 - Cisco killing Flip line of camcorders, axing 550 employees in restructuring effort
01:00:00 - Ad-supported Kindle to ship May 3rd: saves $25, includes lot of enticement
01:03:15 - Intel to support USB 3.0 alongside Thunderbolt, coming with Ivy Bridge in 2012
01:04:55 - AMD beats Intel to the punch, confirms USB 3.0 support in future chipsets
01:06:38 - Netflix for Xbox 360 updated with Kinect support, everybody wave!
01:10:23 - Microsoft details Kinect SDK for Windows PC, promises 'robust skeletal tracking' (update)
01:10:38 - Spotify announces new limits for free service, hopes you'll consider its premium options






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