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Engadget Podcast 284 - 03.09.2012

Trent Wolbe
03.09.12
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Yes, there was big news this week, but was it really even that big? Come with us as we succinctly discuss and the impact of an iterative, non-surprising upgrade to the world's most important piece of hardware in less than a half hour, and then move on to more interesting items. It's the Engadget Podcast, always grasping for the next level of Interestingness.

Host: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater, Dana Wollman
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

00:01:42 - The new iPad is official, with Retina display, LTE and A5X CPU. Available March 16th
00:06:41 - Apple new iPad hands-on (update: video!)
00:08:35 - Apple TV (2012) hands-on!
00:12:41 - The new iPad vs. iPad 2: what's changed?
00:17:00 - Siri sort-of comes to the new iPad, does voice dictation only
00:27:45 - Lytro camera review
00:36:23 - Google Play replaces Android Market, new source for apps, books, movies and music (video)
00:39:24 - Dell XPS 13 review
00:50:58 - Intel Ivy Bridge touchscreen Ultrabook reference design hands-on (video)
00:53:22 - Archos Arnova 7-inch Child Pad hands-on (video)
01:01:05 - Samsung confirms pink Galaxy Note coming soon, we go hands-on (video)





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