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Engadget Podcast 388 - 3.14.14

Jon Turi, @jonturi
03.14.14
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This week's podcast begins with some behind the scenes perspective of SXSW before Ben's allowed to get all Titanfall on us. That said, there's a melange of topics under discussion, from the Game of Thrones/HBO experience to tales of a 6-year-old Chelsea Clinton and her kitchen table opinion coaching. Joseph exposes his vicious nature while playing the real-world SXSW version of Mario Kart and Terrence reflects on the addictive nature of his recently acquired Android version of Threes. Finally, Ben gets to tell us that Titanfall is definitely worth the $60 and after some verbal judo, Joseph adds that penny loafers will get you across the river Styx (if you have the penny, apparently). It's all pure info and entertainment, so please join us for this wild episode of the Engadget Podcast!

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

Producer: Jon Turi

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01:42 - SXSW 2014 wrap-up: Snoop Dogg, stun copter, Snowden, Mario Kart and more!
21:13 - 23andMe's Anne Wojcicki envisions the future of preventative medicine
22:08 - Watch Edward Snowden's SXSW virtual conversation right here
26:23 - Android lead says wearable developer tools coming in two weeks
37:41 - We kick off SXSW 2014 with some real-life Mario Karting
43:17 - Titanfall: The Joystiq Review
57:00 - Aereo's not for sale ... not now, anyway

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