Engadget Podcast 114 - 10.17.2008

Trent Wolbe
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Engadget Podcast 114 - 10.17.2008
Desirous of more of that enlightening Engadget banter? You're in luck! We've got another installment of the newly-minted Engadget Podcast on tap, featuring an in-depth exploration of thoughts, feelings, and thoughts about feelings. This week Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, and Nilay Patel take you through a breathtaking range of topics, with a thorough dissection of the new MacBooks / MacBook Pros, a little Windows 7 talk, and an extra deep look at the T-Mobile G1 with the help of Engadget Mobile super-editor Chris Ziegler. Prepare for extreme geek-craft... now.

Note: We had some minor audio trouble with this one, so don't be alarmed if you hear a little crosstalk -- we'll make sure things are as magically pristine as usual next week. Also, iTunes should be back properly soon, so stay tuned.

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, and Nilay Patel
Guest: Chris Ziegler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Dr. Teeth - The Interview Is Over

00:00:42 - Apple's "spotlight turns to notebooks" event roundup
00:38:43 - T-Mobile G1 review
01:10:59 - Motorola Krave ZN4 officially launches on Verizon for $149.99
01:18:10 - Windows 7 to be officially named... Windows 7
01:21:18 - Engadget: now the Official Blog Partner of CES

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