Host: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman, Darren Murph
Producer: Trent Wolbe
02:53 - CarrierIQ execs meet with FTC and FCC officials to address privacy concerns (update)
08:44 - Carrier IQ issues lengthy report on data collection practices, sticks to its guns
16:49 - Verizon to begin selling Galaxy Nexus tomorrow for $300
27:04 - Lenovo IdeaPad U400 review
40:25 - Prada phone by LG 3.0 hands-on (video)
45:22 - Meizu MX review
53:20 - Google Zeitgeist goes live, reminds the world of Rebecca Black's existence
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16 Dec 2011
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If three is the magic number, then this is the magic podcast. Episode 333, with three hosts, on the third month of the year (that ends in "3"). There's no sleight of hand here though, it's straight up gadget news served just how you like it. In our experience, it's best to leave the magic tricks to ASUS. Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater Guest: Peter Rojas Producer: James Trew Hear the podcastFiled under: PodcastsCommentsRead similar
We like to think that Engadget brings people together. We all share a common interest in all things tech. In this week's podcast, the New York crew try to take things one step further -- all in the name of love. The result? Terrence can be yours for a very, very low price. Hosts: Brian Heater, Dana Wollman, Terrence O'Brien Producer: James Trew Hear the podcastFiled under: PodcastsCommentsRead similar