Your host Daniel Cooper is at the helm this week, practicing his segue skills as the topic shifts gears between Google, BlackBerry's restructuring and Nikon's new choice piece of kit. Joining the podcast are the illustrious Matt Brian and Sharif Sakr, offering their personal perspectives on this week's news. Matt's had a full day with the Nexus 5 and fills us in on the nitty gritty, while Sharif talks about what makes Nikon's Df DSLR so delectable. All these tidbits and more are available at the streaming links below; so drop what you're doing, grab the headphones and let your ears smile as another episode of the Engadget Eurocast approaches.
Producer: Jon Turi
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04:04 - Google announces the Nexus 5 with Android 4.4, on sale today for $349
10:19 - Motorola teases Moto G announcement for November 13th
13:23 - Android 4.4 KitKat lets you say 'OK Google' to activate touchless search
20:19 - BlackBerry abandons $4.7 billion rescue deal and replaces CEO Thorsten Heins
24:44 - BlackBerry's new CEO plans to keep making smartphones
35:14 - Google finally tightens access to saved passwords in Chrome
42:08 - Nikon's $2,750 Df DSLR lets you shoot full-frame digital images like it's 1959
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