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Engadget Podcast 302 - 07.19.2012

Before abandoning New New West Egg an international gaggle of Engadget editors held court on the freshly-shorn lawn over tea, cicadas, and auto-rapping apps. This is what they came up with.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Guests: Many
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

01:55 - Yahoo appoints former Google exec Marissa Mayer as CEO
03:10 - Yahoo reports Q2 2012 earnings, revenue remains unchanged
13:02 - Intel reports Q2 earnings: rakes in $13.5 billion, pockets $2.8 billion
16:36 - The Engadget Interview: RIM CMO Frank Boulben
32:14 - The Engadget Interview: OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman on taking console concept to reality
43:40 - Motorola Atrix HD review
47:02 - PSA: Sprint LTE goes live today, honest and for true (update: includes Missouri)
48:00 - WSJ: Next iPhone to have even thinner screen
50:00 - Into the wild: cultivating the next generation of American scientists with Project Aether
52:40 - Smule launches AutoRap for iOS and Android, Engadget's editors drop some mad beats (video)
56:26 - Steve Wozniak reveals contents of his backpack, has a lot of stuff

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