Engadget Podcast 187 - 03.13.2010

How many SDK's does it take to screw in a light bulb? You won't find the answer in this week's leaky edition of the Engadget Podcast Show, but you will get an exclusive chance to peer into the future of Paul Miller's voiceover career.

Hosts: Josh Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: MPC2059 - The Beyonce Error

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00:01:40 - iPad pre-order is go -- will you buy one?
00:08:37 - iPad mute switch magicked into a 'screen rotation lock' overnight, a flurry of other tidbits emerge
00:14:18 - Leaked Dell Streak flyer shows multitude of color options, confirmed specifications
00:14:35 - Microsoft's Courier 'digital journal': exclusive pictures and details (update: video!)
00:16:35 - Leak: Microsoft Pink phones coming to Verizon, on shelves April 20th?
00:24:42 - JooJoo revamps interface ahead of launch, adds local video playback -- and changes color
00:32:02 - JooJoo hits the FCC, reveals NVIDIA Ion, 3G card
00:35:17 - HP Slate makes an appearance to show off Flash, stays for a rock concert
00:50:24 - Palm's webOS PDK beta adds Pixi native development, PDK'd apps will hit the Catalog mid year
00:51:07 - Android NDK hits Release 3, brings OpenGL ES 2.0 access to devs
00:51:30 - Microsoft shows off XNA games running on Windows Phone, full 3D is a go
01:04:38 - PlayStation Move: everything you ever wanted to know
01:11:45 - Joystiq and Sony VP Scott Rohde talk PlayStation Move
01:17:20 - Caption Contest: 3D is a mind blow, everyone can agree on that

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