Engadget Podcast 365 - 10.17.13

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Engadget Podcast 365 - 10.17.13

We're back in the studio this week, but you'll have to get your Brian Heater fix while you can, as he'll be out for the next week or two. Dana Wollman and Joseph Volpe join our host to talk about Microsoft's "lean mean heavy machine," the Surface Pro 2, and Joseph admits to both wanting a watch with lasers on it and possibly stalking Mr. Heater on his pasta shopping expeditions. Our very own Dr. Evil perhaps? We also chat about the benefits of the Windows 8.1 update, speculate on the upcoming Apple event and question BlackBerry's rationale for joining the open letter trend. Want to find out all the dirty details? Join us for this week's Engadget Podcast after the break.

Hosts: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman, Joseph Volpe

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

02:15 - Farewell, and thank you
04:52 - Announcing the Insert Coin: New Challengers semi-finalists!
10:29 - PSA: Windows 8.1 update is now available to download
22:20 - Apple confirms October 22nd event, still has 'a lot to cover'
29:09 - BlackBerry's open letter to customers: 'You can continue to count on us'
36:35 - GoPro Hero3+ review (Black Edition): your action videos never looked so good
39:37 - HTC One Max review
43:32 - Sony VAIO Tap 11 review: meet Sony's answer to the Surface Pro

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