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Engadget Podcast 319 - 12.07.2012

Trent Wolbe
12.07.12
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This Engadget Podcast comes to you cold: that is to say it's notably un-Heater'd, allowing the remaining hosts to tak a dispassionate look at some of the hottest new computers to hit the shelves running this week. Let's do this.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Dana Wollman
Guest: Ben Gilbert
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

01:55 - Engadget's New York City meetup wrap-up!
03:20 - Tim Cook confirms one line of Macs will be exclusively US-manufactured in 2013
11:55 - T-Mobile and Apple sign agreement to launch products in 2013
22:30 - Apple iMac review (2012)
34:35 - Samsung ATIV Smart PC review (AT&T LTE)
39:50 - ASUS Zenbook Prime review (UX51Vz): a blazing 15-inch Ultrabook with a lofty price
43:05 - Instagram pulls Cards support from Twitter, favors its own web experience
45:00 - Netflix signs licensing agreement with Disney, will be exclusive US subscription service for first-run films beginning in 2016
47:38 - Eric Schmidt: 'it's extremely curious' that Apple hasn't yet sued Google






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