The world: it's always changing. The technology world [a subset of the world]: it's also always changing. From the Beginnings department: The PlayStation Network is reborn in most nations, the Thinkpad X1, HTC Flyer, and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 are baptized with official Engadget Reviews, an Android security flaw worms its way into our consciousness, and Kansas City is officially added to the official "fast places to surf the net" list. From the On their way out, in one way or another Department are the Space Shuttle and Nokia's Ovi label. Which one is most/least important to you? Help form your opinion with the help of Tim, Brian, and Dana. Your secrets are safe with us.

Host: Tim Stevens
Guests: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Bulletproof

04:08 - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 review
11:09 - PlayStation Network restoration spreads across the world (update)
13:09 - Japan won't allow Sony to turn PSN back on until it's assured it's safe
14:00 - PSN logins exploited again, Sony takes pages offline
15:37 - Sony's 'Welcome Back' campaign apologizes to distraught PSN users with free games, good vibes
19:08 - Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition review
28:03 - HTC Flyer review
35:21 - Google confirms Android security issue, server-side fix rolling out today
38:43 - HP Veer 4G review
43:20 - Samsung's foldable AMOLED display: no creases, even after 100,000 tries
50:50 - Google adds Kansas City, MO to list of Kansas Cities covered by ultra high-speed internet (video)
52:42 - Space Shuttle Endeavour lifts off one last time (video)
54:02 - Apple proposing smaller SIM standard?
54:37 - Study finds Netflix is the largest source of internet traffic in North America
55:50 - Next-gen Porsche 911 getting hybrid transmission system?
57:09 - Nokia slams door on Ovi label, rebranding everything to Nokia Services
58:11 - Listener questions



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