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December 2, 2016

The Engadget Podcast Ep 16: Feds Watching

by John_A

Managing editor Dana Wollman and senior editor Devindra Hardawar join host Terrence O’Brien to talk about the week’s biggest tech news, including Nike’s new self-lacing shoes, Netlix’s offline mode and “yelfies.” Then they’ll rant about what’s been bother them this week, whether that’s DirecTV, crappy touchpads or Amazon’s convoluted pile of apps. Lastly they’ll try to unravel the complicated mess that is Rule 41 and what it means for privacy in America.

Wins

Loses

Winning %

Christopher Trout
5
1
.833
Mona Lalwani
3
1
.750
Devindra Hardawar
14
10
.583
Dana Wollman
10
8
.555
Chris Velazco
3
3
.500
Cherlynn Low
7
9
.437
Nathan Ingraham
4
6
.400
Michael Gorman
1
5
.167

Relevant links:

  • Yelp wants you to add a ‘Yelfie’ to your restaurant reviews
  • A first look at Nike’s self-lacing HyperAdapt sneakers
  • Netflix’s offline viewing mode was inevitable
  • Amazon needs to simplify Prime Video to compete with Netflix
  • AT&T’s DirecTV Now streaming service launches on November 30th
  • DirecTV Now is a good start for AT&T but nothing truly original
  • How an obscure rule lets law enforcement search any computer

You can check out every episode on The Engadget Podcast page in audio, video and text form for the hearing impaired.

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