Live! from the Hamptons, it was Friday night! at the official Engadget Retreat Basement Garage Studio, where the surroundings are cozy, the recording is iffy, and the rabbit is always just around the corner. The Engadget Podcasters prove once again that there really is no such thing as vacation in their world as long as there are Tesseracts to chat about.
02:05 – Thorsten Heins, Mike Lazaridis elected to RIM board during shareholders meeting
07:47 – Heins: RIM focusing on a ‘smaller number of devices’
16:00 – Nintendo 3DS XL review: bigger is better, but it’s still not quite enough
23:01 – Ouya’s $ 99 Android-based gaming console meets Kickstarter goal: $ 950k in under 12 hours (update: it’s a record)
08:00 – Ouya’s Android-based, hackable game console now official: we chat with designer Yves Behar (update: funded)
33:00 – Viacom channels disappear from DirecTV after the two companies can’t reach a deal
37:00 – LG Optimus Vu review: a 5-inch, pen-enabled phone to take on the Galaxy Note
40:12 – Nexus 7 pre-orders ship to some customers — has yours?
49:15 – Marvel Cinematic Universe 10-disc Blu-ray box unveiled, Tesseract and all
52:00 – Columbia House still exists, launches first Blu-ray specific club
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