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Engadget Eurocast 060 - 4.18.14

Jon Turi, @jonturi

Matt's been steeped in old timey video over the past few days and it seems to have affected Dan's state of mind and podcast introduction. Once the anachronistic antics subside, the lads dig into the plausibility and potential for Google's Project Ara, a modular smartphone design that still has yet to prove its salt in the real world. On the mobile software side of things, BBC's iPlayer has finally embraced Android wholeheartedly and also wants to get viewers into a binging mood. Sky is also keen to get people consuming more content, but it's struggling with how to communicate its bundled packages to the masses. If you're looking for clarity of voice and intelligent banter, however, then you've probably come to the right place. Just pop on down to the streaming links below and you'll be whisked away into the wonderful world of the Engadget Eurocast. Enjoy!

Hosts: Dan Cooper, Matt Brian, Jamie Rigg

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the Podcast:

03:04 - Google's Project Ara wants to revolutionize the smartphone industry within a year
23:57 - BBC iPlayer app now supports downloads on nearly all Android devices
27:40 - The BBC wants you to binge-watch its new BBC Three series on iPlayer
34:06 - Sky's renamed TV channel bundles make even less sense than before
40:03 - Sky now lets you watch or record TV directly from Twitter

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