Engadget Podcast 369  111413

Your host Brian Heater is pushing the boundaries of his vocal cords to bring you another episode this week, joined by Marc Perton and Peter Rojas. Brian was on stage at Expand for most of the past weekend, wearing out his dulcet-toned speaking voice with the best and brightest of the tech industry, and the crew takes a look back at the event's highlights. We also review this week's happenings, with Snapchat turning down Facebook's $3 billion offer, the international market gaining a few economically priced smartphones and YotaPhone setting a holiday-oriented release date for its dual-screen (LCD and e-ink) handset. So, while Brian sips tea with honey, you can treat yourself to another engaging episode of the Engadget Podcast via of the streaming links below.

Hosts: Brian Heater, Marc Perton, Peter Rojas

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

01:20 - Expand NY 2013 wrap-up
11:34 - Sony PlayStation 4 review: fast, powerful, worth it
24:23 - Motorola unveils the Moto G, its new colorful and affordable Android phone
30:54 - Snapchat reportedly rebuffed $3 billion offer from Facebook
41:26 - Mozilla has no plans to sell consumer Firefox phones in the US
44:16 - Dual-screen YotaPhone is shipping in time to impress nerds at your holiday party

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