Engadget Podcast 338 - 04.05.13

Once again, HTC has a new phone. This time, however, with a difference -- it's got Facebook all up in your... launcher. Bundle in a new gaming console, a possible tablet revision from Google, Dell news and some carrier tidbits, and we'd say you've got a pretty well stocked news spread. Enjoy.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Peter Rojas, Ben Gilbert

Producers: James Trew, Joe Pollicino

Hear the podcast:

00:00:22 - Facebook Home official, replaces your app icons with social info
00:19:38 - OUYA review (founding backer edition)
00:37:03 - Google and ASUS to release second-generation Nexus 7 tablet in July
00:43:52 - AT&T HTC One / Sprint HTC One
00:46:21 - Apple apologizes to Chinese consumers
00:49:38 - Dell CEO memo talks of a 'significant' boost to PCs and tablets
00:53:58 - T-Mobile reverses course, reveals Lumia 810 won't be updated to support LTE
01:00:16 - Tesla Model S axes 40 kWh battery option
01:03:32 - BlackBerry shutting down BBM Music on June 2nd

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The Daily Roundup for 04.05.2013