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Engadget Podcast 149 - 06.05.2009

As you may soon become aware, this week's podcast is about two hours long. Now, we're aware that this might present a difficult scenario for those of you who like to rent out a sensory deprivation room every week to maximize the experience of listening to Josh, Nilay and Paul babble, so here are some usage ideas for this "wild card" hour of listening to be spent in the real world:

  • Listen to the first half of the podcast twice

  • Stand in line for the Pre for an hour and then leave

  • Teach yourself to juggle Wiimotes

  • Make a recording of yourself lightly chuckling off and on for an hour

Those are just a few of the things we though of off the top of our heads, we're sure you can improve upon these ideas when the moment of truth comes.

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Song: Hotel California

00:03:15 - Palm Pre review
00:49:12 - Engadget & Joystiq live from Microsoft's E3 2009 keynote
00:50:34 - Microsoft announces "Project Natal" motion controller for Xbox 360!
00:51:40 - Project Natal video hands-on, impressions, and further details
00:52:30 - Xbox Live gets 1080p Zune video store, Netflix browsing, Twitter and Facebook integration
01:03:03 - Xbox 360 getting full retail games delivered on demand
01:15:20 - Engadget & Joystiq live from Nintendo's E3 2009 keynote
01:15:35 - Nintendo Wii Vitality Sensor detects your pulse
01:22:40 - Miyamoto: Super Mario Bros. Wii could be better, but the Wii's too weak
01:23:30 - Engadget & Joystiq live from Sony's E3 2009 keynote
01:24:12 - Sony PSP Go announced -- $249, no UMD
01:32:20 - PSP Go first hands-on! (updated)
01:41:20 - Sony announces new PS3 motion controller
01:58:10 - Apple iPhone 3.0 rumor roundup, part II: parental controls and sketchy shots

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