Engadget Podcast 253 - 08.19.2011
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Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Guests: Dana Wollman, Josh Fruhlinger
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:02:30 - Editorial: Engadget on the death of HP's webOS devices
00:03:38 - HP may spin off PC business, shift focus to software and services
00:05:10 - HP will 'discontinue operations for webOS devices', may spin off Personal Systems Group
00:22:55 - Google acquiring Motorola Mobility
00:28:45 - Verizon embraces Google's Moto Mobility deal, hopes for an end to patent disputes
00:38:30 - TabCo reveals itself as Fusion Garage, unveils Grid 10 tablet and Grid 4 smartphone (update)
00:41:25 - Fusion Garage Grid 10 tablet and Grid 4 smartphone hands-on
00:46:48 - The Engadget Interview: Fusion Garage's Chandra Rathakrishnan
00:53:11 - BlackBerry Bold 9930 review
00:55:25 - BlackBerry Torch 9850 review
00:56:30 - BlackBerry Torch 9810 review
00:58:14 - Xiaomi Phone hands-on (updated with video)
01:02:07 - Motorola Photon 4G review
01:02:58 - The NYC Engadget Reader Meetup is less than two weeks away!
01:04:43 - The Engadget Show returns Friday, August 19th -- win a ticket to the taping!
01:09:28 - Listener questions
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