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Engadget Podcast 346 - 05.31.13

We weren't able to make into the studio again, but a week without a new episode of the Engadget Podcast is hardly a week at all, right? Tim's still a traveling man, but he finally picked up a PlayStation Vita for entertainment on the move. Tune in to find out if he likes it and get a recap of the week's tech news, including the tastiest tidbits from D11. Stream the audio below and find the video version embedded past the break.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Peter Rojas

Producer: Joe Pollicino

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00:01:00 - Windows 8.1 unveiled: new apps, new features and the return of the Start button
00:06:31 - HTC One Stock Android
00:11:46 - Tim Cook: Apple will open up its APIs (update: video)
00:20:06 - Tim Cook thinks Google Glass lacks broad appeal, but wearables are 'incredibly interesting'
00:27:49 - Apple unveils new budget iPod Touch
00:32:05 - Motorola's next flagship phone is called Moto X, will be built in former Nokia plant in Texas
00:39:33 - Insert Coin: Planetary Resources ARKYD space telescope will take your selfies from space in 2015
00:45:16 - Samsung official reportedly confirms Note III in the works, muses on potential camera upgrades
00:49:47 - Tesla Supercharger Network upgrade
01:00:24 - Sony confirms all PS4 games will have Vita cross-play

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