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Engadget Podcast 016 - 11.23.2004

Engadget Podcast.16 11.23.2004

Happy Chrismahanukwanzakah! In this show we talk about some mashing up again, our Nintendo DS review, how fast-forwarding is good, wait, bad, our TV-B-Gone review and video, the first Treo 650 hack, the Asteroid from Apple, and about being the tech support generation.

Hosts: Lenn Pryor & Phillip Torrone.
Format: 1 hour, 14MB, MP3.

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00:00- Intro
02:00- Mobile phone ads.
06:00- Engadget mention on CNN and Business 2.0, yay!
13:00- Mash-up response, and some more on that.
16:30- Nintendo DS review, they took it apart, and we found out this still works.
25:00- Fastforwarding is good, Fastforwarding is bad.
31:45- Our TV-B-Gone video, WMV and MOV.
39:20- First Treo 650 hack, use BlueTooth DUN.
43:20- Follow up, Juha is out of Macromedia.
49:00- The asteroid coming from Apple?
50:50- Engadget gets a DMCA letter.
52:40- Tech support generation; here are some free tools to tote.


Update: On today's podcast we gave away the "limited edition" Nintendo DS shirt handed out while we waited in line with 500 other people at midnight for the Nintendo DS launch. All you had to do to win was listen to the show and then be the first to post the first 10 digits of pi, congrats Brian! We promise to keep it sealed in plastic before we send it to you. For everyone else, we're going to try and do more giveaways soon on the show, so stay tuned.