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Pre-recorded from Berlin, it's the Engadget Partycast: IFA 2013 edition. For your listening pleasure, we've got Dan from the Eurocast and Brad from the Mobile Podcast joining Brian and Dana. Stream it below to hear about their favorite picks from the show and Dana's run-in with some wild boars. H

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Ballmer's set to retire from Microsoft within 12 months, so naturally Brian, Peter and Terrence spent half the episode placing bets on a successor. Aside from that, the trio took some time to discuss our new Peripheral Vision series, Nintendo's 2DS, the latest e-readers from Kobo and the OLPC XO k

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The PS4 launches this November -- are you ready? Aside from recapping Gamescom, Brian, Dana and Peter mull over the week's biggest tech stories and rumors of a champagne iPhone. All that and more in this episode of the Engadget Podcast. Stream it below. Hosts: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman, Peter Ro

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Above: Terrence O'Brien wearing a disguise comprised of a fake beard and aviators. Below: The streamable explanation. This is the Engadget Podcast. Hosts: Brian Heater, Terrence O'Brien, Peter Rojas Producer: Joe Pollicino Hear the podcast:

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Joseph joins us to discuss the Moto X and Brian shares his thoughts, as a vegetarian, on lab-grown hamburgers. Most importantly, however, Terrence swaps spots with Dana mid-recording to express his delight for Mars Explorer Barbie. This is the Engadget Podcast, folks. You know it, you love it and

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Get ready, folks. This week it's a party, with Ben Gilbert and Dana Wollman in the guest host seats. We start off the podcast with our initial Moto X impressions, then discuss the new Nexus 7 and Android 4.3 to keep the Jelly Bean vibe going. Then, Ben shifts us into the world of Android gaming by

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Despite a plethora of major news from the mobile space this week, we somehow recorded one of our shortest podcasts in recent memory. We kick off with a recap of Google's \"breakfast with Sundar Pichai\" event, then Brian ponders what life would be like with a Chromecast -- he hasn't owned a TV in ab

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The Mobile Podcast had the pleasure of beating us to chatting about the Lumia 1020, but that didn't deter us. Aside from that taking up half of this week's episode, we'll discuss the new plans from AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile and the HTC One mini. Get to streaming below, because this one's dedi

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It's the fourth of July, so we've dedicated this week's episode to the revitalized Made in the USA movement. Sure, the NSA is spying on us, but at least you can take your mind off it with Brian and Tim for an hour. Get your Independence Day festivities in full swing by lighting the grill and firew

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We've made it to the big three-five-oh! Watch out, HD Podcast, we're closing in on your 355 episode mark. Although the week in tech news wasn't terribly exciting, Brian was so pumped he ran nine blocks in the blistering heat straight to our studio. As such, this episode is relatively short -- migh

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\"You don't have Facebook? Then how do you get on Farmville?,\" asks Brian as Peter explains his disdain for the world's largest social network. While Tim was relatively mum on that subject, it turns out he broke his Google Glass... somehow. So, while the aforementioned bearded wizard works on getti

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E3 and WWDC are complete, so we set aside an hour to highlight the big announcements from both events in this week's episode of the podcast. Tim joins the same club as our Senior HD editor, Richard Lawler, by reserving both the Xbox One and PS4, while Brian and Peter wonder what a world with \"Nint

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Yay! Tim, Brian and Peter finally made it into the office \"studio\" again for a properly produced podcast. This week we kept things short so Brian could catch a flight, but also took care to elaborate on the earth shaking at Computex and put forth our speculations for WWDC and E3. As always, our vi

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We weren't able to make into the studio again, but a week without a new episode of the Engadget Podcast is hardly a week at all, right? Tim's still a traveling man, but he finally picked up a PlayStation Vita for entertainment on the move. Tune in to find out if he likes it and get a recap of the

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Still restless from the Xbox One unveiling, we bring you episode 345 of the Engadget Podcast. This time around, Peter Rojas and Tim Stevens grace the microphones (Brian sadly wasn't able to make it). Ready for our post-event thoughts with sides of Tumblr, Flickr, Yahoo and more? Stream all the aud

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Live Pre-recorded at a coffee shop near Google I/O, it's episode 344 of the Engadget Podcast. Tim and Brian may not drink coffee, but rest assured the bustling surroundings (hint: loud cars) kept this show's energy high -- that and apple cider. Get excited for some commentary on everything from Gl

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Shepherd three tech journos into a room, provide them with microphones, and what do you get? No, not bad karaoke... you get a podcast of course. Though, if the former were to happen, they'd probably go for (and mispronounce) something by The Boss. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Peter Rojas Pr

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With something old, and something new (we'll let you figure out what), this podcast has the makings of a wedding. There's even a brief mention of something blue... hmmm. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Peter Rojas Guest: Ryan Block Producers: James Trew, Joe Pollicino Hear the podcast:

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Hold on a second. Where are you going? We know it's Friday afternoon, but what plans could be more important than your weekly slice of Engadget Podcast? Exactly. Take off your jacket, sit back down and eat it all up. You'll thank us later. Hosts: Brian Heater, Peter Rojas, Dana Wollman Producers:

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We're only 60 weeks away from the big 400th podcast, and the excitement is starting to build. So we guess that's why they've demolished the old studio? This week they've moved our hosts into temporary residence while -- we assume -- they build a new, deluxe suite in preparation. Right? Hosts: Tim

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