Engadget Podcast 207 – 07.31.2010

The Engadget Podcasters are chattin’ re: magic, black magic, crack, GHB, Kmart, and Ashton.

Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Sadnes – Wicked Game

00:01:29 – New Amazon Kindle announced: $139 WiFi-only version and $189 3G model available August 27th in the US and UK
00:07:33 – Amazon sees e-book sales surpassing paper versions, has Mirasol technology in the Kindle labs
00:13:30 – RIM takes control of blackpad.com, laughter takes control of our minds
00:13:53 – RIM’s 9.7-inch Blackpad rumored for November launch — yes, Blackpad
00:14:22 – RIM and AT&T event next Tuesday — BlackBerry slider and OS 6 en route?
00:24:32 – Apple iMac line gets speedbumped, low-end gets a Core i3
00:25:57 – Apple Mac Pro line overhauled with 12 processing cores, arriving in August for $4,999
00:26:17 – Apple Magic Trackpad official, shipping now for $69
00:26:30 – Magic Trackpad review
00:28:45 – Apple Battery Charger gets official: a battery charger, only you know, better (update: hands-on)
00:33:45 – Apple issues Magic Trackpad drivers for OS X and Windows, updates MacBooks with new gesture support
00:34:50 – Library of Congress adds DMCA exception for jailbreaking or rooting your phone
00:36:50 – Did the Fifth Circuit just make breaking DRM legal? Not quite.
00:51:28 – Augen’s $99 GenBook smartbook preview
00:54:30 – Augen’s $150 Android tablet hits Kmart circular, coming to stores later this week

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