New week, new set of high profile product releases and service details. As you might have heard, Apple launched a new tablet, Microsoft’s Surface and Windows 8 finally see the cold light of day, and Dan wants more data, but isn’t sure if he wants to pay so much for it. Also on the agenda is the latest in 3D printing, the financial woes of a mobile giant, and a curious punishment dished out after a patent dispute ruling. Another seven days in the world of the Engadget Eurocast it is then.
Hosts: Dan Cooper, James Trew, Mat Smith
Producer: James Trew
00:32 – Apple announces 7.9-inch iPad mini with a 1,024 x 768 display, A5 CPU and optional LTE for $329
07:24 – Microsoft Surface with Windows RT review
17:09 – EE details UK 4G pricing: Unlimited calls, texts and 500MB of data starts at £36
25:46 – Virgin Media extends free tube WiFi for all until 2013
28:00 – Formlabs FORM 1 high-resolution 3D printer spotted in the wild, we go eyes on
32:32 – Apple loses out in UK tablet design case against Samsung
34:34 – Nokia’s Q3 2012: $9.4 billion in sales, 2.9 million Lumias sold and losses trimmed to $754 million
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