If you hate 3D talk then great news as we only have one 3D topic on this week's show and it's about how Roger Ebert hates 3D too. Luckily we don't spend too much time on it, and move on to fun things like Windows 7 Media Center and the fact that it is now available on Embedded devices. On that same note we talk about what Google TV might be about and what changes the FCC might make to the CableCARD rules, and the introduction of AllVid. After that it's all stats, surveys, polls and opinions as we run down the latest on the Avatar vs The Dark Knight sales contest, Nielsen says people with HDTVs can finally watch HD and discuss if 1080p is enough resolution for everything.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Trent Wolbe

Program
00:07:35 - Roger Ebert gives 3D thumbs down, shocking headlines two thumbs up
00:15:07 - Windows 7 Media Center coming to embedded devices
00:20:00 - Is this the first Windows 7 Media Center embedded set-top box?
00:31:10 - Google, Sony, Intel & Logitech's TV project to be unveiled next month as Dragonpoint?
00:37:25 - CableCARD or AllVid, software choice is the key to innovation

00:44:42 - Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray player review
00:50:48 - Poll: Did Avatar work in your Blu-ray player?

00:55:50 - The Dark Knight isn't ready to surrender its all-time Blu-ray sales crown yet
00:59:38 - Nielsen finds 53% of homes have HDTVs, but only 46% can receive an HD signal

01:04:00 - 1 in 8 say they will cut back on cable bills -- but probably won't
01:10:00 - Is 1080p enough resolution for everything?

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