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Engadget Podcast 384 - 2.14.14

Jon Turi, @jonturi

Broadband oligopolies, Sage Fistbumpingham and sugar honey ice tea are just part of this week's reality bending roundtable discussion. The recent Comcast and Time Warner Cable merger plan spurs a series of installation anecdotes from Terrence "The RAD-iator" O'Brien, Ben discloses his feelings on Flappy Bird fanaticism and Joseph, ever the wordsmith, tries to rewrite the urban dictionary, one letter at a time. There's also news from last week's DICE Summit in Las Vegas and predictions for the upcoming Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. This is the episode your Valentine's Day date wouldn't want you to miss, so head to the streaming links below for your Engadget Podcast fix.

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

Producer: Jon Turi

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06:40 - Abandoning Olympus: Mega Man's creator on going indie
16:43 - Comcast and Time Warner Cable's $45 billion merger puts 30 million customers under one roof
40:42 - Netflix report suggests Comcast and Verizon FiOS speeds are slipping
54:45 - Flappy Bird's creator says he pulled the app for your own good
54:45 - What Samsung is saying about the Galaxy S5

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