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Engadget Podcast 118 - 11.14.2008: Cellphone freakout edition

Trent Wolbe

You knew we'd be back, right? It's that time again, ladies and gents: Engadget Podcast time. This week, thrill to the delectable sounds of your hosts -- Josh, Paul, and Nilay -- as they cover all things smartphone. Excite your senses with discussion of BlackBerry wishes and G1 dreams. Hear insight and outrage on the Fuze, X1a, iPhone 3G, and more. And the best part? It's entirely cholesterol and MSG free!

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, and Nilay Patel
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Welcome to the Jungle

02:02 - RED's Digital Still and Motion Camera System now official
04:24 - Verizon schedules Storm for November 21 release, $199.99 on contract
13:05 - AT&T BlackBerry Bold hands-on
26:40 - HTC Fuze now for sale on AT&T's web site
32:53 - Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 review
37:00 - HTC MAX 4G officially announced, world's first GSM / WiMAX phone
39:53 - Windows Mobile 6.5 confirmed by Steve Ballmer, might solve half your problems
49:10 - Apple's new iPod chief ordered to stop working
52:17 - Epic Android bug interprets your typing as system commands
57:15 - iPhone 3G overtakes the RAZR as best-selling domestic handset

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