Engadget Podcast 170 - 11.08.2009

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|11.08.09

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Trent Wolbe
November 8, 2009 4:11 PM
Engadget Podcast 170 - 11.08.2009
A bit of a wild podcast this week, as we recorded live on DROID launch day -- and not just Motorola's handset, but also the HTC DROID Eris. That's not all that went down, though -- the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 also launched this week, the Dell Adamo XPS got official, and everyone else sued each other. Yep, it's action packed -- get downloading!

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Song: Pistolwhip (James Talk's Arcade version)

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00:00:35 - DROID mania sweeps the nation, so to speak
00:07:35 - Some more perspective on the DROID and multitouch
00:09:00 - iPhone vs DROID multitouch keyboard showdown (video)
00:15:05 - DROID ERIS hands-on and unboxing!
00:19:45 - Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 announced, we go hands-on
00:23:43 - HTC's HD2 has landed at Engadget (hands-on)
00:29:45 - Josh reveals TwitterPeek on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Qlorigan** (video)
00:32:48 - Dell Adamo XPS coming 'in time for the holidays' for $1799 (unboxing and hands-on video!)
00:36:32 - Unused Adamo XPS prototypes reveal touchscreen trackpads, key-less keyboard
00:41:04 - NVIDIA takes its feud with Intel to cartoonish new levels
00:50:19 - AT&T sues Verizon over 'there's a map for that' ads
01:01:24 - Spring Design sues Barnes & Noble over the Nook
01:02:50 - Spring Design vs. Barnes & Noble: all the nooks and crannies

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