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The 404 1,071: Where we say goodbye to Hollywood (podcast)

(Credit: Eric Fleischauer) We'll wait until tomorrow to go over all the Apple announcements from WWDC, so today's show is all about Jeff's return to the East Coast and his E3 wrap-up. Jeff and Scott Stein agree that the show lacked the hardware announcements everyone expected, with Nintendo playing serious catch-up with the Xbox 360 and PlayStation ...

Low Latency No. 26: Blood brothers

(Credit: Blake Stevenson) If there's one thing a lot of E3 2012 games have in common, it's guns. It's become such a universal trend that games that don't feature some sort of regenerative health, cover system, ammo looting, or exploding barrel seem out of place. So where does a company like Nintendo fall in? Sure, they've been ...

Engadget Mobile Podcast 140 – 06.02.2012

As Myriam stuffs an unearthly spaghetti of cables into her duffle on the way to Taipei, she sneaks in two more hours of stateside Engadget Mobile Podcast with Brad. Listen intently as they discuss, fireside-chat style, the lowest of the mobile lowdowns before they even bubble up to the surface. Hosts: Myriam ...

ITU lays out recommendations on 3DTV, Ultra High Definition TV standards (video)

ITU lays out recommendations on 3DTV, Ultra High Definition TV standards video

The ITU has stayed busy, as we mentioned earlier it met to hammer out standards for UHDTV (Ultra High Definition TV), and also recently announced a new set of recommendations for 3DTV. On the 3D front it focused on standardization for delivering video in both 720 and 1080 line formats, digital interfaces used ...

Engadget Mobile Podcast 139 – 05.26.2012

Myriam and Brad get 2.0'd: the Engadget Mobile Podcasters go at it as a lean, mean, waterproof duo equipped with 41-megapixel sensors, upgraded globetrotting radios, and bootloaders as free as the wind. What can't they do? is the real question. Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen Producer: Trent Wolbe Music: Tycho - ...

Engadget Podcast 295 – 05.25.2012

A lot's bubbling in the Law & Order sector of technology news this week, and you know these guys will get you hyper-informed on the ins and outs of patents, patent trolls, and the definition of "obviousness" as it applies to the lives of both the dinosaurs and the pioneers of said sector. ...

Low Latency No. 24: Buyer’s remorse

(Credit: Blake Stevenson) We're no economists here at Low Latency (and quite frankly we don't really understand the stock market), but if we could afford to invest in Facebook we'd certainly be upset about its 18-percent drop on day one. It's been falling steadily for a few days and the talk of Facebook's valuation being totally out ...