Slow news week? "No problemo," say the Engadget Podcasters, who turn earnings reports, spotty non-announcements, and nonexistent eyewear into an hour-plus extravaganza of gadgety greatness unparallelled by anything since Johnny Mnemonic came out.
Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Dana Wollman
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never
00:01:00 - The Engadget Show returns Friday, April 20th -- get tickets to the taping!
00:02:00 - The Engadget Show is nominated for a Webby Award!
00:03:18 - Nokia's Q1 2012 financials: $9 billion in sales can't stop a $1.7 billion loss
00:18:34 - Samsung will unveil the next Galaxy phone May 3rd in London
00:22:30 - HTC One S for T-Mobile review
00:24:00 - HTC One S shows up on T-Mobile's site, reveals its $599 price (update: $200 on-contract at Best Buy)
00:25:14 - Verizon announces Global Data Plan, 100MB for $25 a month starting April 23rd
00:28:09 - Spotify: the iPad app is 'in the works'
00:30:50 - Spotify previews overhauled Android app
00:37:40 - RED 9-inch touchscreen, OLED EVF and Meizler Module eyes-on (video)
00:38:30 - Canon Cinema EOS C500 camera hands-on (video)
00:39:40 - Oakley cooking up its own smart glasses, hoping to trump Project Glass with improved style
00:46:00 - Listener questions
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