Engadget Eurocast 043

Jamie Rigg is piloting this week's podcast through the turbulent waters of technology, along with guests Steve Dent and Matt Brian. The crew continues to share their experiences with Nexus 5 after about a week of use and the discussion decidedly turns towards camera software. If you haven't snagged a Nexus yet, perhaps you'd consider the outrageously affordable Moto G? With its stock Android OS, crisp screen and varied color options, Matt would even recommend one to a family member. There are PS4s, Sunday deliveries, Vodafone fails and more, so please take a few moments to enjoy another edition of the Engadget Eurocast, conveniently found at the streaming links below.

Hosts: Jamie Rigg, Steve Dent, Matt Brian

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the Podcast:

00:00:04 - Expand NY 2013 wrap-up
00:06:58 - Nexus 5 review: the best phone $350 can buy
00:17:00 - Motorola unveils the Moto G, its new colorful and affordable Android phone
00:29:30 - GameStick review: Android console gaming still awaits its king
00:37:50 - 48 hours with the PlayStation 4: gaming and first impressions
00:45:33 - Amazon begins deliveries to US and UK customers on a Sunday
00:50:05 - Vodafone UK fails to reach imposed minimum 3G coverage, will fix by 2014
00:53:44 - BT Sport steals Sky's crown jewel, gets exclusive rights to the Champions League in 2015
01:00:09 - Google's Street View tour of Gatwick Airport is its biggest European indoor map yet
01:02:33 - Europe to allow gate-to-gate electronics use by the end of November
01:05:39 - Google Chrome now lets you see which tab that unwanted music is coming from

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