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It's been a relatively slow week for news due to the holiday, but there's still plenty for your hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler to chat about. While Sony is bragging about it's November PS4 sales, Microsoft is keeping quiet and dealing with a few compatibility issues on the UK front. Lookin

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It's a full house for this episode; with the exception of your usual host Dan Cooper, you're treated to talk from Matt Brian, Sharif Sakr, Jamie Rigg and Steve Dent. Jamie has lots to say about the new Moto G (which he loves), but not about the arrival of Instagram on Windows Phone (he says he's n

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The Xbox One has finally arrived at chez Lawler, so Richard and Ben gets things headed in Microsoft's direction right off the bat. As with the PS4, this console still could use some time in the oven, but it probably could take the heat -- its fan hasn't made a peep after days of \"always on\" use. T

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The Xbox One release date is upon us and your host Brian Heater is joined by Ben Gilbert and Terrence O'Brien to game it up once again. Ben fell asleep at the controller the other night, so we've pumped him full of coffee in order to get the lowdown on Microsoft's newest console. The One's control

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It's a tale of two phones this week, along with their respective OSes, of course. Your host Brad Molen is joined by TechnoBuffalo's Jon Rettinger to dig deep into Nokia's 1520 and the Windows Phone OS. There's also an in-depth look at what makes Google's Nexus 5 so good (KitKat is surely part of i

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Dan Cooper is back in the captain's chair this week, joined by the inimitable Matt Brian to bring you the \"I Love the '90s\" podcast. Actually, that's not really the name, but while the conversation does lead off with the Xbox One, it seems Dan would prefer to chat about GoldenEye 007 on the Ninten

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It's HD time again and your hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler are here to give you the weekly rundown. It won't include the Buccaneers vs. Lions results though; that happens this Sunday, with both Ben and Richard looking forward to their respective local team taking the win. For PlayStation f

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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

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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 snagge

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As the launch date draws near for both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, our hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler discuss the HD potential contained within. Richard has his consoles scheduled for just-in-time delivery, rather than tempting to beat the clock like some early adopters, although g

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As Expand NY gains momentum, your host Brian Heater takes time out of his hectic schedule to bring you some podcast love, along with equally busy guests Terrence O'Brien and Peter Rojas. Brian loves his Origami, especially the kind that wraps around a Kindle Fire HDX. Terrence expresses some blear

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Your hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler are back after a short hiatus, and the HD-related news queue has gotten fat. This week's show begins with the end ... of Panasonic's plasma line, but that's OK as long as a 60-plus-inch 4K OLED arrives to fill the void. Jameis Winston definitely won't se

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Your host Daniel Cooper is at the helm this week, practicing his segue skills as the topic shifts gears between Google, BlackBerry's restructuring and Nikon's new choice piece of kit. Joining the podcast are the illustrious Matt Brian and Sharif Sakr, offering their personal perspectives on this w

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We hope you didn't wear out your sweet tooth this Halloween, because our host Brad Molen is joined by Android and Me's Taylor Wimberly for a big bite of Android 4.4 KitKat. A new Google OS wouldn't mean as much without a new reference device rollout, so we dive into the details of the Nexus 5 hand

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Your well-rested host, Brian Heater is back from his sabbatical and he's joined by Dana Wollman and Joseph Volpe to talk about Google's timely Halloween release of Android 4.4 KitKat, Sony's new SmartWatch 2 and the benefits of having a curved smartphone. No one dressed up for the holiday, but if

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Welcome to the Halloween edition of the Engadget Eurocast, with your hosts Dan Cooper, James Trew and Jamie Rigg. For this episode, Dan's dropped the beard and the shaggy haircut, James claims to be the handsome one of the crew (although Trades Descriptions may contest the fact) and Jamie is now d

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This week's episode centers almost entirely around Nokia, as our host Brad Molen is joined by Richard Lai and Myriam Joire to discuss these colorful Windows-based phones and tablets. Both Richard and Myriam attended Nokia's Abu Dhabi event and evidently they can't stop gushing about it, along with

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It's been a big week in news and our host Marc Perton is joined by Dana Wollman and Peter Rojas to sort through the details. Apple focused on the tablet-size sweetspot with their iPad mini Retina, but will the steep pricing prove to be too precious? Peter muses about the meaning behind Apple's \"sp

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This week's Eurocast is all about the numbers. Nokia's 1520, 2520, 1320 and 1520. Phew! Our host Daniel Cooper feels they've gone in the wrong direction with all those digits, but its new pal and partner Microsoft, on the other hand, chose to keep it simple, dropping the RT and going with the Surf

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With this week's big keynote failing to produce any Apple TV-related products, our hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler are left to speculate on the reasons behind Amazon's recent stock issues with the little hockey puck. As the discussion moves over to the streaming front, U-Verse live TV arriv

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