Engadget Podcast 252 - 08.12.2011

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|08.12.11

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Trent Wolbe
August 12th, 2011
Engadget Podcast 252 - 08.12.2011

You might think the Engadget Podcasters are a bunch of dudes and dudettes who sit around and obsess over consumer electronics all day for a living. Aaaaaaannnnd.......you might be right. That's why we brought in Garry Dell'Abate, a guy who obsesses over executive-producing The Howard Stern Show every day (for a living), for a little bit of an outside take on the big issues of the week. But never fear, traditionalists: he's still quite the nerd, it turns out. It's the Engadget Podcast, this time with perspective.

Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Guest: Gary Dell'Abate
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Money


04:34 - Nokia to retire Symbian in North America, going all-in on Windows Phone
11:00 - Nokia: the N9 isn't coming to America
19:05 - German Apple suit ruling blocks Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 sale in Europe
23:21 - NL ruling on Apple vs. Samsung dispute due on 9/15, courtroom antics catalogued
42:30 - Spotify reported to have 175,000 paid-up Americans, valued at $1.1 beeellion
52:17 - Sonos Play:3 review
56:34 - Listener questions





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