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Engadget Podcast 317 - 11.21.2012

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Heeeeyyyyyyy, sexy robot! Classic Engadget Podcasting Duo Tim and Brian share the bounty of knowledge they've acquired on their recent America-traversing expeditions -- it may remind you of a kind of awesome orienteering event starring the two most-connected guys you know. Did one of them find the Holy Grail of technology out there? You'll only have to hit that play button to find out.

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Orbital - Never

02:05 - Welcome to the new and improved, leaner and faster Engadget
08:10 - Nintendo Wii U review
11:00 - PSA: Nintendo Wii U day-one patch now live, includes entire online infrastructure
18:48 - The Engadget Interview: RIM CEO Thorsten Heins on BlackBerry 10, QWERTY keyboards and changing cultures (video)
24:55 - HTC Droid DNA review
27:00 - Nokia Lumia 810 for T-Mobile review
30:25 - Amazon Kindle Fire HD review (8.9-inch, 4G LTE)
34:55 - Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 review
40:35 - Willow Garage talks TurtleBot 2 (video)
42:00 - iRobot's RP-VITA mobile telepresence robot iPad app eyes-on (video)
44:00 - 3D Robotics' Chris Anderson discusses a drone-filled future (video)

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