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Engadget Podcast 096 - 01.08.07

While the show floor is just about to open, we've already had a few days chock full of content. Ryan and Peter sat down with some other members of the Engadget family to talk about some HD announcements, first looks at at new cameras and the big two keynotes of Sony and Microsoft. No enhanced show today, but we've got three more Engadget podcasts on tap while we're in lovely Las Vegas.

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Hosts: Peter Rojas and Ryan Block

Producer: Randall Bennett

Music: Solvent - Instructograph (Ghostly International)


02:26 - Live from the Sony Keynote
05:40 - Sony's new camcorders, including four new consumer HD cams
05:56 - Sony's wireless boombox, the WA1
06:52 - Sony Vaio VGX-TP1 announced, loaded up with HDMI out, DVD burner
09:10 - Sony announces "BRAVIA Internet Video Link" for HD content
12:30 - Xbox 360 IPTV interface gallery
17:52 - Windows Home Server, everything you need: features rundown, screens, hands-on
20:44 - Wireless HDMI over UWB? Heck yes!
21:33 - Microsoft announces the HP TouchSmart PC
22:12 - Live from the Bill Gates keynote
26:10 - A lunchtime chat with Bill Gates at CES
29:20 - Sharp trumpets 108-inch LCD TV, world wonders why
32:15 - LG's BH100 hybrid Blu-ray & HD DVD player: $1,199
34:41 - Samsung builds on ATSC, develops A-VSB for mobile broadcasting
39:00 - Live coverage of Verizon's press conference
43:25 - Hands-on with the Samsung SCH-U620 for Verizon
44:10 - Hands on with the LG VX9400 for Verizon
44:57 - Nokia puts Nseries on a diet: the N76
47:38 - Hands on with the Treo 750


Contact the podcast: 1-888-ENGADGET, Engadget (Gizmo Project) or podcast at engadget dawt com

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