The euro crew is back and Dan's got a new haircut. If you listen closely you can hear the improvement it makes. The freshly groomed Mr. Cooper is joined by Jamie and Sharif to discuss Samsung's arrival on high streets across Europe, Sony's super-slim Vita release and Lenovo's acquisition of Motorola's handset business. Other choice bits from this episode: Sharif considers kickstarting Nintendo's Android gaming division, Jamie's mum has a Wii and according to Dan, Norwich is one of England's biggest cities. All the fun is packed into the streaming links below, so open up your ears, your heart and your wallet (if you're so inclined) and enjoy another brash yet beautiful episode of the Engadget Eurocast.
Producer: Jon Turi
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05:07 - Google Glass gets prescription glasses: four styles, $225 each (video)
14:22 - Lenovo buying Motorola's handset business from Google for nearly $3 billion
24:05 - Sony's slimmer PlayStation Vita coming to the UK for around £180, pre-orders start today
31:08 - Samsung opening 60 more brick-and-mortar stores across Europe
36:57 - Nintendo denies smartphone software rumor, says it has 'no plans' to offer mini-games on rival hardware
05:07 - Nintendo sold fewer Wii Us in a year than Xbox Ones or PS4s sold in two months
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