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Join Brian Heater and the Engadget gang for the CES 2014 wrap-up podcast, with personal "best of" choices, audience giveaways and significantly less background noise. It's been a long week of interviews, hands-ons and an avalanche of new gadgets, leaving the team worn out, yet melancholy about ano...

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It's time for a rundown of all the best in HD news from CES this week and it's a heckuva long list. Ben Drawbaugh joins Richard Lawler to hash it out and discuss whether 4K has matured enough to settle in for the long haul. LG, Sony, Samsung and surprisingly Vizio were among the key players this pa...

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After nearly a week of gadget overload, the Eurocast crew and ringleader Daniel Cooper let their hair down for a casual -- and occasionally creepy -- chat about CES, Las Vegas and Pepperami. Slashgear's Chris Davies joins the fun, too, and uncovers his secret passion: slashfiction. Amidst random t...

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Brian Heater and crew take to a champagne-soaked stage following the Best of CES 2014 awards presentation to run through the winners and exchange witty banter about the world of CES this year. Terrence recounts his head bashing experience earlier in the day, Christopher Trout sends out an invitiat...

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Brad and his team of mobile-centric pals sit down for some deep talk about feelings and, of course, smartphones. Sony has launched its Xperia Z1 Compact, which scales down size but not specs, and its compatriot, the Z1S, which takes the standard Z1 into waterproof territory. Not to be outdone, Sam...

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The finalists for Best of CES 2014 have emerged and Terrence O'Brien, along with Sarah Silbert, kick back to review the merits of these chosen few. While it's only day two of the main event, the Engadget editorial team have been combing through gadget offerings at CES for nearly a week and sleep d...

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This year's CES show floor has been inundated with 4K sets, giving Richard, Michael and some surprise guests plenty to talk about. Content is a hot topic and there's plenty of 4K sources being announced, but until they arrive on the market, we're going to have to stick with Blu-rays to get the mos...

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Your host Brian Heater gets the gang back together for the inaugural 2014 CES podcast direct from the Engadget stage in the Las Vegas Convention Center. The not-so-unfamiliar guests are none other than Tim Stevens and Darren Murph, but the reunion doesn't stop there as more Engadget faces from pas...

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Hercules has tackled the northeast with snow and delayed this broadcast, providing an eerie look at the moments just before the storm -- and by storm, we mean CES. It was a slow news cycle and heavy weather was approaching, so your hosts Brian and Terrence turned their gaze to the highlights of 20...

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Daniel Cooper switches holiday hats this week, opting to channel Jools Holland for a Hootenanny-style New Years edition. He's joined by Matt Brian and Sharif Sakr for a bit of prognostication, sifting through scenarios for the world of tech in 2014. Shall we see the smartwatch bloom into a hub for...

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This week's podcast ditches the studio and delivers the mellifluous voices of Brian, Terrence and Billy without all that video nonsense, leaving much to the imagination. The news tidbits are real, however, and the discussion launches into tasty gadget gifts, spearheaded by Apple's shiny new Mac Pr...

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The Engadget Eurocast team is obviously delirious on eggnog, as they've chosen to spend a good portion of their Christmas day together nestled in Snuggies and sitting around a warm fire to bring you this special holiday podcast. Your host Daniel Cooper gets things rolling with a specially crafted,...

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It's been a hot second, but we're back with your host Brad Molen and guest Myriam Joire for a year-in-review episode. It's been a wild ride with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 picking up the processing pace, Motorola joining the smartphone market with renewed vigor and John Legere's refusal to let craz...

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Try as they may to put this week's podcast into a tailspin; Brian, Terrence and Ben end up delivering a good deal of sane discussion on proper tech news. The seriousness quickly degrades, however, and your hosts (aka the Engadget Wreckin' Cru) bounce from oddball NES Remixes of their own making to...

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While the overall state of news has been sparse, the ever-vigilant Daniel Cooper and his co-hosts have managed to find some choice topics to chew the fat over this week. Sharif delivers his first-person perspective of the e-inked, dual-screen YotaPhone and Matt drops some science on the discount t...

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It's that time between Black Friday and CES when the news cycle becomes a snoozefest, but your intrepid host Brian Heater sallies forth into the abyss along with Terrence O'Brien and Sarah Silbert to bring you this week's tech tidbits. Led Zeppelin landed on Spotify to mark yet another major artis...

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While Ben digs into his holiday movie archive and Richard warms himself by a virtual yuletide fire, HD news continues to pour forth. The Xbox One received some post-launch updates, Dolby demoed some tech you might not have thought you needed, Google's Chromecast added more apps to its streaming qu...

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Pulled pork sandwiches are on the crew's mind, but they'll only be on one dinner table tonight, leaving your host Daniel Cooper to wrangle a hungry and rowdy set of co-hosts. Topics range from the NSA's reported intrusion into the world of gaming to the continuing saga of Google's Nexus 5 camera. ...

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The Eurocast crew, led by the fearless Daniel Cooper, divine the spirit of HD this week as they discuss HBO's deal with Google in the UK and the merits of today's "golden age of television." While the country sees some new shows, its nearly century old paper car tax is being shown the door, and it...

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Although a Thursday podcast led by a numb-tongued, Novocaine-laden Brian Heater would be hilarious, his dentist felt we should hit the airwaves a day early for the sake of clarity. News has been pretty slow due to the holidays, but that didn't stop Amazon and UPS from droning on about advances in ...

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