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Engadget Podcast 307 - 08.24.2012

Trent Wolbe
08.24.12
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We almost called this episode of the Engadget Podcast Mr. Biggs And The OnDead, but our boss said she'd take away our tickets to IFA if we did that, so we'll go with the traditional numeric structure. Just know that we tried. Hey, at least it's Friday, right?

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Guest: John Biggs
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

03:11 - OnLive hits reset after being dragged down by expensive servers, confirms service will continue
05:00 - OnLive reportedly shutting down, new company forming in its wake (update: OnLive says 'of course not')
07:00 - Source: OnLive undergoing buyout in wake of dire financials, laying off 'at least 50 percent' of staff
09:20 - HTC to lose its $40 million investment from OnLive's financial restructuring
22:00 - Amazon throwing press conference September 6th
34:25 - Samsung teases Galaxy Note II, 'a small and light thing' (video)
39:40 - Archos announces 101 XS tablet with built-in keyboard dock, arriving in November for $400
42:45 - All-weather motorcycle helmet heats and cools your face, protects grey matter (video)
46:13 - How 3D printing changed the face of 'ParaNorman'





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