Engadget Podcast 148 - 05.30.2009

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|05.30.09

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Engadget Podcast 148 - 05.30.2009
We know it's been a long, difficult wait, filled with unspeakable hardships and maybe a bit of Saturday brunch, but the Engadget Podcast is here at last to take away the pain and churn through the insanity of this week's news like a hot knife through imitation butter. It's just Paul and Josh this week, and things should get even crazier next week as E3 descends upon us all, but we promise to get the gang back together real soon to deliver the sort of off-topic rants and delicious non-sequitors you've come to expect from these three beautiful men.

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Song: Sweet Dreams

02:07 - Zune HD
17:00 - AT&T expects to sell Palm Pre when Sprint's exclusivity ends
18:50 - Verizon Wireless to carry Palm Pre, Storm 2 "in about six months"
32:51 - iTunes support confirmed for Palm Pre
42:07 - Palm Pre User Guide: the highlights, so far
43:00 - Android 2.0 "Donut" features demoed at Google I/O
44:52 - Google Ion hands-on and unboxing
45:05 - Android 1.5 update for T-Mobile G1 now rolling out, for real this time
48:36 - Sony Ericsson's Satio and Aino get handled, Remote Play makes the Aino PSP-like -- minus the games
52:35 - "Mole" says UMD-less PSP-Go! is on for E3, slimmer PS3 to follow

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