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Editor's Letter: Looking back

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. The year of 2012 is drawing to a close and what a 12 months it has been. Google unleashed not one but two amazing Nexus tablets upon the world, plus another great Nexus...
Editor's Letter: Looking back

The Engadget Show 33: Indie Game: The Movie, Fifth Avenue Frogger and The Art of the Video Game

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E3 is rapidly approaching, but why wait until then for some hot video game action? We've got a veritable electronic entertainment expo of Engadget Show goodness coming at you this month, including an interview with the directors of the award winning documentary, Indie Game: The Movie. We've also paid...
The Engadget Show 33: Indie Game: The Movie, Fifth Avenue Frogger and The Art of the Video Game

Engadget Podcast 298 - 06.15.2012

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Stop! Fanboys, what's that sound? Well, we're not sure, actually, but a couple of things we know that sound isn't are Brian Heater, an optical drive, and a Vertu phone. If you asked us we might tell you it sounds kind of like an HD Big Mouth Bass hanging...
Engadget Podcast 298 - 06.15.2012

Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

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In each issue of Distro, Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. There are times when you need to stay strong, ignore the criticism and do what you know is right. Then, there are some times when the masses are right and listening is the smart...
Editor's Letter: Windows 8 gets its start back

Engadget Podcast 280 - 02.10.2012

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You can pretend you care about cameras, tablets, and browsers all you want. But we'll still know you're here for the Lazer Tag news.Host: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman, Terrence O'brienProducer: Trent WolbeMusic: Orbital - Never00:02:35 - Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 review (global edition) 00:14:09 - Kodak to shutter digital...
Engadget Podcast 280 - 02.10.2012

New York City, meet your new official taxi: the Nissan NV200

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Back in May, Nissan unveiled its NV200 van as New York City's "Taxi of Tomorrow" in a joint press conference with Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Today, NYC's Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) made the pact official, signing regulations that will replace the city's iconic line of Crown Victorias (and myriad...
New York City, meet your new official taxi: the Nissan NV200

Robopocalypse: Now liveblog

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We'll be discussing the history and near-future of robotics with luminaries from Willow Garage, Boston Dynamics (yes, the people behind Big Dog) and 3D Robotics. Our editor-in-chief, Tim Stevens, is orchestrating proceedings and we'll be liveblogging the whole event right here... in just a few minutes. March 17, 2013...
Robopocalypse: Now liveblog
iPhone 5 Shipping Estimates Slip To 3-4 Weeks

Editor's Letter: When it rains, it pours

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. It's been a slow couple of weeks here through the beginning of May. Everyone, it seems, was saving up to pile all of their announcements at once, leaving us scrambling and our RSS feed...
Editor's Letter: When it rains, it pours

Microsoft Surface Pro reviews: Device is good, not great, critics say

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The Surface Windows 8 Pro arrives on store shelves Saturday starting at $900, and the verdict is in for Microsoft's marquee PC-meets-tablet device. Microsoft, like the rest of the stalwarts in the PC industry including Lenovo, Acer and Dell, is attempting to create a Windows 8 device that perfectly...
Microsoft Surface Pro reviews: Device is good, not great, critics say

Engadget Podcast 337 - 03.28.13

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Missed us live at our new weekly livestream home on YouTube at 3PM ET last Thursday? Fret not, because we've got you covered here with the video and audio recordings as usual. So, listen on your time as Tim, Brian and Peter talk everything from OUYA to Angry Birds...
Engadget Podcast 337 - 03.28.13

Engadget Podcast 289 - 04.13.2012

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The Real Engadget Podcast: New York City: It's when bloggers stop being polite, and start getting real, which for these Engadget Podcasters means talking to their pets and talking to their beers, with a stiff dose of tech talk up top that can't be out-realed.Host: Brian HeaterGuests: Michael Gorman,...
Engadget Podcast 289 - 04.13.2012

Engadget Podcast 310 - 09.15.2012

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From the No, We Promise It's Not 2007 department: there is a new iPhone and a new Wii. Listen to us talk about them between catching up with your favorite songs from artists like Gwen Stefani, Fergie, and Akon. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater Guest: Ben Gilbert, Dana Wollman...
Engadget Podcast 310 - 09.15.2012

Editor's Letter: Homecoming

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. Another week is over, dear readers, and it's been an eventful one for me. I spent a few days in Detroit, wrapping up some testing for the AOL Autos Technology of the Year...
Editor's Letter: Homecoming

Engadget Podcast 348: E3 and WWDC wrap-up - 06.15.13

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E3 and WWDC are complete, so we set aside an hour to highlight the big announcements from both events in this week's episode of the podcast. Tim joins the same club as our Senior HD editor, Richard Lawler, by reserving both the Xbox One and PS4, while Brian and...
Engadget Podcast 348: E3 and WWDC wrap-up - 06.15.13

Editor's Letter: When graphing gets friendly

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. We've escaped Las Vegas. While a few of us were stricken by the CES Death Flu, and poor Danny Mak was rather more literally struck by a car whilst crossing Paradise Road, we...
Editor's Letter: When graphing gets friendly

Engadget Podcast 281 - 02.17.2012

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Call us loco, but after this, the 281st edition of the Engadget Podcast, we're excited about a future where desktop operating systems, mobile gaming and telecommunications platforms, and hoverboard interfaces converge into one new distinct product category. We're not sure exactly where in the Walmart it will sit, but...
Engadget Podcast 281 - 02.17.2012

Engadget's post-WWDC live broadcast from San Francisco!

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Whew, that was quite a rush. The WWDC 2012 keynote is over and the conference itself is underway, but if you missed any of the announcements from this morning's hectic action don't worry. Just like this morning's earlier broadcast, Tim Stevens and Darren Murph are here to break it...
Engadget's post-WWDC live broadcast from San Francisco!

Editor's Letter: PlayStation next

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. We're not even through February yet, but already we're looking at a time where there are three major product unveilings in a single week! If anyone was wondering whether 2013 would see the...
Editor's Letter: PlayStation next

Woolwich attack: caution urged over crackdown on extremist websites

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Theresa May's comments prompt internet experts to warn that rush to ban websites would be crude and counterproductiveExperts have urged caution in the face of pressure on internet companies to remove extremist websites and calls by MPs and others for a clampdown on the dissemination of online jihadist rhetoric.The home...
Woolwich attack: caution urged over crackdown on extremist websites

Editor's Letter: Google glass gone wild

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. It seems like ages since Sergey Brin staged one of the most dramatic product launches of all time at last year's Google I/O, guiding a bemused audience through a cavalcade of extreme antics...
Editor's Letter: Google glass gone wild

Engadget Podcast 326: CES 2013 Closer - 01.13.2013

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So, it's a wrap. Done, dusted. To celebrate, the whole Engadget crew rolls up for the last podcast from the show floor. It's fast-firing tech talk with a bunch of giveaways, and best of all you can catch it all again right here. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater Producer:...
Engadget Podcast 326: CES 2013 Closer - 01.13.2013

AOL Rumored To Be Buying Peter Rojas And Ryan Block's GDGT Site

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The acquisition will bring the pair, both former editors of Engadget, back to AOL, which owns the technology website. GDGT, the gadget site belonging to former Endgadget editors Peter Rojas and Ryan Block, could belong to AOL by the end of the week. Another AOL-owned site, TechCrunch, has the...
AOL Rumored To Be Buying Peter Rojas And Ryan Block's GDGT Site

IRL: Fujifilm X-Pro1, Garmin Edge 200 and Otterbox's Universal Defender case, revisited

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Welcome to IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about the gadgets, apps and toys we're using in real life and take a second look at products that already got the formal review treatment. If we've never explained where the idea for IRL came from, now might be as...
IRL: Fujifilm X-Pro1, Garmin Edge 200 and Otterbox's Universal Defender case, revisited

Engadget Podcast 294 - 05.18.2012

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As much as you may Like overanalysis of the initial public offering of a Friendster ripoff valued higher than General Motors, other stuff happened this week. Tim and Brian share their Tech Timelines with you in this, The Engadget Podcast. Feel free to leave us a testimonial in the...
Engadget Podcast 294 - 05.18.2012

Tweets sent from 'Twitter for Glass' appear, suggest official app in testing

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Google has opened its Mirror API for devs while passing out Glass headsets to early adopters -- including our own Tim Stevens -- and now there's evidence Twitter is already working up an official app. As TechCrunch points out, developer Jonathan Gottfried noticed images popping up from a "Twitter...
Tweets sent from 'Twitter for Glass' appear, suggest official app in testing

Engadget Podcast 329 - 01.31.13

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No sleep 'til... well, let's not do that again. But, yes, it's BlackBerry week, and the podcast crew sift through all the news to come from the New York event. There's plenty of it, too, what with rebrandings, new hardware and, oh, you know BlackBerry 10 an' all. Get...
Engadget Podcast 329 - 01.31.13

Engadget Podcast 317 - 11.21.2012

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Heeeeyyyyyyy, sexy robot! Classic Engadget Podcasting Duo Tim and Brian share the bounty of knowledge they've acquired on their recent America-traversing expeditions -- it may remind you of a kind of awesome orienteering event starring the two most-connected guys you know. Did one of them find the Holy Grail...
Engadget Podcast 317 - 11.21.2012

Engadget Podcast 347 - 06.07.13

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Yay! Tim, Brian and Peter finally made it into the office "studio" again for a properly produced podcast. This week we kept things short so Brian could catch a flight, but also took care to elaborate on the earth shaking at Computex and put forth our speculations for WWDC...
Engadget Podcast 347 - 06.07.13

Editor's Letter: Expand gets expanded

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. Another week gone by and another week closer to the unveiling of the next Android superphone: the Samsung Galaxy S IV. We're days away from the event where it will debut to the...
Editor's Letter: Expand gets expanded
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