Engadget Podcast 196 - 05.14.2010

What's up, yo? Oh, sorry, we meant, what's up, FroYo? The Engadget Podcasteers dig deep on the new version of the Android Cellular Telephone And Other Connected Devices Operating System as the line between telephone and computer becomes less and less important. And Joanna Stern, Supreme Laptop Knowledge Warrior Princess, becomes the first and last female to ever be on a technology podcast in the Great Tech Journalist Civil Rights Movement of May 14-15th, 2010.

Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Special guest: Joanna Stern
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Never Gonna Give You Up

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02:57 - Android 2.2 'Froyo' and Flash run like butter on Nexus One (update)
07:22 - Android 2.2 'Froyo' to include USB tethering, WiFi hotspot functionality
10:28 - Sprint selling HTC EVO 4G on June 4 for $199
11:35 - Sprint's HTC EVO 4G put through its bandwidth-sucking paces
21:55 - NPD: Android ousts iPhone OS for second place in US smartphone market
28:45 - HTC files patent complaint against Apple, asks for ban on iPhone, iPad, and iPod
29:22 - HTC's complaint against Apple examined
38:00 - AMD promises better battery life and thermals with new Neo CPUs, more power with Phenom II platform
42:15 - Lenovo officially rolls out new IdeaPad Z Series
43:14 - HP unleashes seven new ProBooks, cuddles up with AMD
44:10 - HP Envy 14 and 17 officially official, Envy 13 slowly waves goodbye
46:25 - Sony VAIO P Series gets an accelerometer, touchpad (Updated: starts at $799)
49:45 - Archos 7 Home Tablet review

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