Engadget Podcast 101 - 02.23.2007

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|02.23.07

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Trent Wolbe
February 23, 2007 4:32 PM
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Engadget Podcast 101 - 02.23.2007
We're back to our regular newsy podcast for 101, and is there ever news to discuss. Dreams may come true for trepidatious would-be satellite radio customers with XM and Sirius announcing their intentions to merge into one mega broadcaster; in the same vein, Apple and Cisco finally made nice over the iPhone name, which will be used by both companies' products. Canon loosed a slew of interesting new cameras, Samsung hit us with an interesting new kind of monitor that rocks USB over regular video ports, and Helio even popped up with a new device in the FCC. All around a good week for news, and a good week to check out the Engadget podcast, now with over one hundred episodes!

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Hosts: Peter Rojas and Ryan Block

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Music: Solvent - Instructograph (Ghostly International)

01:11 - It's official: XM and Sirius plan to tie the knot
09:31 - Apple and Cisco settle! iPhone name to be used by both
15:23 - Canon's EOS-1D Mark III DSLR with live LCD
21:08 - Samsung's 19-inch SyncMaster 940UX LCD picks USB
25:03 - Is Palm up for sale?
32:22 - Helio's Pantech PN-810 QWERTY device pops up in FCC


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