300 episodes ago, the Engadget Podcast existed, before podcasts themselves really even existed, amongst Treos, StarTACs, and O.G. RAZRs. This one is hanging out with Qs, 7s, and Beans. What hardware will 600 be accompanied by? Where on the time-space continuum will the hosts record from? Will their cortical stacks be podcasting for them? These are the questions of Generation Engadget Podcast.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Dana Wollman
Guests: Ryan Block, Darren Murph, Phillip Torrone, Josh Fruhlinger
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

08:10 - Nexus 7 review: the best $200 tablet you can buy
21:21 - Nexus Q social streaming device hands-on
28:25 - Jelly Bean, Android 4.1 revealed by Google, rolling out in mid-July
36:55 - Google's Project Glass gets some more details
50:30 - RIM announces Q1 earnings: $518 million net loss, 5,000 job cuts, BB10 not due until Q1 2013
51:00 - RIM's Thorsten Heins denies company's 'death spiral,' predicts successful transition to BlackBerry 10




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