Right before our interview with Ron Howard, we talk about eReader evolution, gaming execution, and a 3D phone revolutions. Was that a haiku? We're not sure because we forgot how to count, but we hope you caught the part about there being an interview with Ron Howard toward the end. We're all "really? really!" about it, and we think you might be too. Listen all the way to the end for a red-headed dessert on an already nutritious and fulfilling episode of the Engadget Podcast.

Host: Tim Stevens
Guests: Brian Heater, Myriam Joire
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: My Sharona

00:03:40 - Console vs. PC redux: how mobile gaming will reshape the industry (again)
00:07:21 - Nintendo's Iwata talks about Wii U's place in the living room
00:16:15 - Kobo eReader Touch Edition review
00:22:13 - Kobo eReader Touch does more than words, handles Sudoku and web browsing on the side (video)
00:23:45 - HTC EVO 3D review
00:39:20 - Apple starts selling unlocked iPhone 4 for $649
00:43:51 - More iOS 5 features get their moment in the beta testing sun
00:46:40 - HTC pulls a 180, now says Gingerbread is coming to Desire (updated)
00:51:36 - MOTOBLUR name phased out due to public feedback
00:55:43 - Kinect for Windows SDK beta launches, wants PC users to get a move on
00:57:08 - Ron Howard interview
01:12:30 - Listener questions


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