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Engadget Podcast 391 - 4.4.14

Jon Turi, @jonturi
April 4, 2014
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Things are heating up in the podcast studio this week and it's either Terrence's cardigan, Amazon's new Fire TV or the residual effects of Joseph's encounter with a real action hero. There's also a pile of news that came out of Microsoft's Build conference, which isn't surprising considering how long it dragged on. Redmond's own has released Windows Phone 8.1 -- complete with notifications (!) and the Cortana voice-search tool -- amidst a flurry of other news. Having had a few days with Amazon's new streaming box already, the crew offers insights about the development of the Fire eco-system and its chops as a gaming device. We've got plenty in store, so be sure to head to the streaming links below for this week's episode of the Engadget Podcast.

Hosts: Terrence O'Brien, Joseph Volpe, Ben Gilbert

Producer: Jon Turi

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