Engadget Podcast 264 - 11.11.2011

Trent Wolbe
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Trent Wolbe
November 11th, 2011
Engadget Podcast 264 - 11.11.2011
Fire up the Gutenberg sector of your brain, because it's reading time, everyone! What do you think the inventor of the printing press would think if he got his hands on a Nook Simple Touch? We get the impression he might be a Kobo man, actually. Is Johannes a RAZR kind of guy, or more Lumia 800? While we won't answer these questions outright in the 264th edition of the Engadget Podcast, we will provide sufficient background material to help you come to that decision yourself.

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

01:35 - Motorola Droid RAZR review
08:00 - Behind the glass: a detailed tour inside the Motorola Droid RAZR
15:55 - Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet gets real, we go hands-on (video)
17:40 - Barnes & Noble makes $199 Nook Color, $99 Nook Simple Touch official
21:30 - Nook Simple Touch upgrade hands-on (video)
26:45 - Barnes & Noble launches in-store Nook stations
35:10 - The Engadget Interview: Kobo's Michael Serbinis
42:06 - Rakuten signs agreement to purchase Kobo
50:47 - Consumer Reports finds iPhone 4S to have worthwhile antennas, says newer iPhone 4 is still problematic
51:15 - T-Mobile Springboard review

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