The Engadget Podcasters are doubling down on tech talk this week, filling the empty shelves of your patent office with news you can use about the hottest cloud- and hard drive-based operating systems released this week. The jock from That 70's Show also gets more than his fair share of discussion, as he tends to do. Like a pixelated bat out of a Ghouls n' Ghosts hell, it's The Engadget Podcast.
00:04:00 - The Engadget Show 33: Indie Game: The Movie, Fifth Avenue Frogger and The Art of the Video Game
00:07:20 - Windows 8 Release Preview detailed impressions
00:18:53 - Tim Cook at D10: 'we're going to double down on secrecy on products,' be 'super transparent' on other things
00:25:38 - Tim Cook: 2.7 million Apple TVs sold already this year, TV is 'area of intense interest'
00:24:55 - Tim Cook: Apple doubling-down on Siri, 'stay tuned' on Facebook developments
00:26:45 - Spotify director Sean Parker: Apple tried to keep Spotify out of the United States
00:32:22 - Aaron Sorkin talks about future Steve Jobs movie, impact of technology on his writing
00:37:50 - Intellectual Ventures' Nathan Myhrvold defends patent trolling, calls tech industry immature
00:42:17 - RIM warns of loss for Q1, hires JP Morgan and RBC Capital Markets to help with strategic review
00:46:33 - Sony NEX-F3 review
00:49:58 - Samsung Chromebook Series 5 550 review
00:54:00 - Chrome OS review (version 19)
01:01:45 - Lenovo ThinkPad X230 review
01:05:53 - Listener questions
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