Gaming has been scoring big in the headlines lately and Ben Gilbert's been paying attention. The studio that brought you BioShock Infinite has been dissolved and Doom 4 becomes 'Doom' all over again -- which is fine with Terrence since that's how he remembers it anyway. It might be IPO time for the company behind Candy Crush Saga and the numbers behind that reasoning are pretty interesting. Google even announced its Project Tango phone and it's environment mapping capabilities could turn your home or work space into an augmented reality gaming zone. Oh, and Facebook just bought WhatsApp for about $19 billion, so there's that. There's a lot going on, so head on down to the streaming links below for your weekly dose of tech, courtesy of the Engadget Podcast.
Producer: Jon Turi
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02:15 - The studio behind BioShock Infinite is no more
09:37 - Doom 4 re-revealed as 'Doom,' beta access coming with new Wolfenstein
15:21 - The folks behind Candy Crush Saga think their company is big enough to go public
21:05 - Google's Project Tango is a smartphone with sensors to map the world around you
34:32 - Mobile World Congress 2014: What to expect at the biggest mobile show on Earth
36:38 - Ubuntu phones arriving in 2014 from Meizu and BQ Readers
40:57 - Titanfall switches to an open beta on Xbox One today, PC will follow soon
54:02 - Why did Facebook spend $19 billion on a messaging app?
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