Engadget Podcast 171 - 11.13.2009

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|11.13.09

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Trent Wolbe
November 13th, 2009
Engadget Podcast 171 - 11.13.2009
Hey there, web surfer. What's cracking? Us? Oh, not much, just listening to this side-splitting episode of the Engadget Podcast on our portable listening device. Yeah, it's the episode where Josh, Nilay and Paul find a purse on the sidewalk with $500 in it and debate whether or not to take it to the police or spend the money on pizza and arcade games. Or maybe they talk about gadgets. You should check it out! Alright, later on cool dude.

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

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00:04:00 - Zune HD Marketplace now loaded with free 3D games
00:05:18 - Zune HD 3D games video hands-on
00:23:22 - Dell's Inspiron Zino HD on sale now in America: starts at $229, doubles as an HTPC
00:30:46 - Palm Pixi review
00:35:08 - Walmart's $30 deal vaults Pixi from 'meh' to 'sure, I'll take three'
00:46:44 - Ricoh GXR camera system swaps out the sensor along with the lens
00:47:17 - NVIDIA tablet mystery solved: an ODM Tegra prototype
00:52:10 - Psystar founders claim they cracked OS X, hackintosh scene is 'all wrong'
00:59:00 - Mac OS X 10.6.2 update out on the prowl (update: Atom support is gone)
01:04:43 - Listener questions

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