Skip to content

December 27, 2013

Engadget Podcast 374 – 12.26.13

by John_A

This week’s podcast ditches the studio and delivers the mellifluous voices of Brian, Terrence and Billy without all that video nonsense, leaving much to the imagination. The news tidbits are real, however, and the discussion launches into tasty gadget gifts, spearheaded by Apple’s shiny new Mac Pro. Avegant has a new immersive display arriving soon and Canonical is giving the gift of dual-booting this season, so that Android users can get in on the Ubuntu experience, too. It’s a festive bit of banter this week, so heat up those leftovers, grab a tasty beverage and settle in for another edition of the Engadget Podcast.

Hosts: Brian Heater, Terrence O’Brien, Billy Steele

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

04:30 – Apple Mac Pro review (2013): small, fast and in a league of its own
04:43 – UK pardons computing pioneer Alan Turing
12:15 – Avegant tests Glyph wearable display prototype, on track for CES debut
16:18 – BlackBerry’s latest casualty: Two unreleased phones
29:24 – Swiss researchers created a cube that can sit, jump and walk (video)
38:01 – HP’s new tablets may be its way back into the smartphone world
41:19 – Canonical gives developers a preview of a dual-booting Ubuntu and Android future

Subscribe to the podcast:

[iTunes] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in iTunes (enhanced AAC).
[RSS MP3] Add the Engadget Podcast feed (in MP3) to your RSS aggregator and have the show delivered automatically.
[RSS AAC] Add the Engadget Podcast feed (in enhanced AAC) to your RSS aggregator.
[Zune] Subscribe to the Podcast directly in the Zune Marketplace.

Download the podcast:


Contact the podcast:

Connect with the hosts on Twitter: @bheater, @terrenceobrien, @wmsteele
Email us: podcast [at] engadget [dot] com

Filed under:


Read more from News

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Note: HTML is allowed. Your email address will never be published.

Subscribe to comments

%d bloggers like this: