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Engadget Podcast 060 - 01.07.2006

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NO ENHANCED AAC FILE, DUE TO TIME LIMITATIONS, AND THE RSS FEED IS STILL BROKEN. WE UNDERSTAND HOW DISAPPOINTING THIS IS FOR YOU, BUT UNFORTUNATELY OUT OF OUR CONTROL. THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE!

CES continues to roll forward, with announcements by the boatload. While some are announcing products with random celebrity endorsers, leave it to Google to actually make their celeb different, interesting and useful. Robin Williams rocked the stage, and Paul Boutin joins us on the podcast to wrap up what will go down as one of the great keynotes of all time. Along with Mork, day four of Engadget's CES coverage also gave us a chance to head around the floor, and check out other big names like Panasonic, and their 103" plasma. Also, Marc stops by to chat about Dell's concept laptop.

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Hosts
Peter Rojas and Ryan Block

Producer
Randall Bennett

Music
J J J - Jobs that Require Headphones

Format
58:16, 26.6 MB, MP3

Program
02:17 Booth Tours galore!
03:34 103" Panasonic display
08:05 HP's built-in wifi TV
14:52 Marc Perton on Dell's concept laptop
21:20 Marc Perton on Motorola's Booth
25:30 Paul Boutin on the Google keynote
44:00 The week ahead, including Macworld

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