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April 21, 2017

The Engadget Podcast Ep 37: Modern Things

by John_A

On this episode senior editor Chris Velazco and social media manager Evan Rodgers join host Terrence O’Brien for the last ever video edition of The Engadget Podcast. From here on out the show is going audio only, which will allow the show to bring you a wider variety of guests from all over the country and the globe. But those aren’t the only changes at the site. Engadget has a new editor chief and a renewed focus on doing what it does best: Bringing you the best and most important stories in tech.

For example, on this week’s show the panel discusses Facebook’s ongoing problem with violent videos and livestreamed crimes. They’ll even try to figure out who, ultimately, should be responsible for policing such content, if anyone. Then they’ll dig deep… real deep on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. TL;DR: They’re amazing phones that should be on your shortlist and might even make you forget about the Note 7 debacle.

Relevant links:

  • A letter from your editor: Changes ahead
  • Murders, suicides and rapes: Facebook’s major video problem
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus review: Redemption is here

The Wind Down:

  • Kendrick Lamar – Damn
  • The Jetzons – Hard Times
  • 2 Mello – Chrono Jigga
  • DJ 8-Bit Mullet – Metroid Remixes

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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