Do you have two hours to spare? Maybe you’re taking a road trip. Maybe you have an hour commute and can listen to one half on the way to work and one half on the way back. Maybe you’re a marathon runner. Whatever. Obviously, there was a ton of stuff to talk about this week in the World of Tech and the Engadget Podcasters have got it all covered – just for you. Complete with Neo Geo, TurboGrafx 16 and Atari Lynx + Jaguar references.
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Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Paul Miller, Nilay Patel
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Monkey Wrench
00:03:40 – Live from Apple’s fall 2010 event
00:04:04 – The new Apple TV for $99
00:10:40 – Apple’s AirPlay music streaming coming to third party speaker docks, receivers, and stereos
00:12:45 – iHome teases first AirPlay-compatible portable speaker dock
00:18:50 – Amazon streaming 99-cent ABC and Fox shows… right now (update: purchases, not rentals!)
00:19:20 – Roku lowers prices across the board: HD box now $69, $99 HD-XR to get 1080p support
00:21:15 – Apple claims 50 percent of portable gaming market, iPod touch ‘outsells Nintendo and Sony combined’
00:23:00 – Apple TV (2010) first look / hands-on! (updated with video)
00:25:00 – Apple TV vs. the competition — how does it stack up?
00:29:19 – iPod nano redesigned: smaller, lighter, better and costing $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB
00:29:51 – iPod nano (2010) first hands-on! (update: video!)
00:36:00 – Apple announces redesigned iPod shuffle, brings the buttons back
00:35:26 – iPod touch gets revamped: retina display, FaceTime, HD video recording
00:37:28 – iPod touch (2010) first hands-on! (update: video!)
00:38:52 – Sony Bloggie Touch preview: an actually simple ‘simple camcorder’
00:44:33 – Confirmed: the iPod Classic is alive and well
00:44:55 – Apple announces iTunes 10 with Ping social network
00:45:55 – iTunes 10 (with Ping) mercifully becomes available for download (update: iOS 4 has Ping, too)
00:46:10 – Why did Apple take Facebook Connect out of Ping?
00:46:47 – All Things D: Facebook blocked Apple’s Ping service for unauthorized use
00:52:50 – We’re live from IFA 2010!
00:53:00 – Samsung Galaxy Tab preview
00:56:30 – Samsung Galaxy Tab rooted, just for bragging rights
01:00:14 – The Samsung Galaxy Tab: more relief on the go
01:02:40 – Samsung Galaxy Tab reported to retail at €699 and €799 in Europe (update: O2 Germany pricing)
01:04:18 – Galaxy Tab with WiMAX coming to Sprint this November?
01:12:18 – Toshiba Folio 100 preview
01:18:00 – ViewSonic 10-inch dual boot ViewPad preview
01:25:13 – Archos unleashes five (five!) new Android Froyo tablets, we go hands-on
01:27:55 – Palm puts webOS 2.0 SDK into limited release starting today
01:37:55 – Windows Phone 7 goes gold master, begins rolling out to partners for final launch preparations
01:40:05 – Clearwire’s Rover service goes live, offers $5/day 4G service
01:44:00 – Verizon officially announces prepaid smartphone data packages
01:47:52 – Shocker! Google’s Android logo boosted from Atari Lynx title ‘Gauntlet: The Third Encounter’
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