Engadget Podcast 263 - 11.04.2011

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|11.05.11

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Trent Wolbe
November 5th, 2011
Engadget Podcast 263 - 11.04.2011
This week, we're iterating, not innovating: Google's core services change shape and move in with uncomfortable bedfellows, the Galaxy S II grows up a little and finds a friend in a spen, AT&T slow-rolls its fastness into a few more markets...and Motorola brings its 2.0'd tablet to the Carphone Warehouse. Wait, the what? Anyway. Let's do this.

Host: Brian Heater
Guests: Darren Murph, Dana Wollman
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tom Sawyer

01:40 - Gmail app on iPad and iPhone hands-on (video)
04:38 - The official Gmail app for iPhone, iPad is officially official (update: pulled)
07:00 - Google rolls out new look for Gmail: streamlined conversation view, high-res themes, better search
12:27 - Samsung Galaxy Note review
39:55 - CNET details the death of Microsoft's Courier and Bill Gates' 'allergic reaction'
55:15 - AT&T to expand 4G coverage and launch first LTE smartphones November 6th: HTC Vivid, Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket
56:55 - Motorola Xoom 2 officially priced at 400 Euros, coming this Christmas to Carphone Warehouse





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