Engadget Podcast 368 - 11.7.13

Engadget Podcast 368

As Expand NY gains momentum, your host Brian Heater takes time out of his hectic schedule to bring you some podcast love, along with equally busy guests Terrence O'Brien and Peter Rojas. Brian loves his Origami, especially the kind that wraps around a Kindle Fire HDX. Terrence expresses some bleary-eyed difficulty with sleep tracking devices and Peter floats the possibility of an unbundled smartphone-like device that simply ends up as a connected screen. And just who will be Microsoft's next CEO? Will it be Stephen Elop, Alan Mulally or perhaps Colonel Mustard in the boardroom with a Surface 2? It's still a mystery, but one thing's for sure; you can catch this episode of the Engadget Podcast at the streaming links below. Enjoy!

Hosts: Brian Heater, Terrence O'Brien, Peter Rojas

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

01:47 - Engadget Expand NY
05:16 - BlackBerry abandons $4.7 billion rescue deal and replaces CEO Thorsten Heins
10:34 - BlackBerry's new CEO plans to keep making smartphones
19:43 - Nexus 5 review: the best phone $350 can buy
26:29 - Amazon Kindle Fire HDX review (8.9-inch): a high-end tablet at a mid-range price
36:50 - Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight review: much improved, but the competition is still winning
40:36 - Reuters: Stephen Elop and Ford's Alan Mulally make Microsoft CEO shortlist
49:49 - Google Glass developers will get their first crack at its SDK later this month

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