It's Monday, and we know that getting the week started can be tough. We're here to help by letting you peek into the recording booth when the Engadget HD podcast goes to tape at 6:00 pm. Think of it as a kind of time machine that will help you power through your day by reviewing what happened in the week HD-wise. Embedded Ustream tools and a list of topics after the break.



George Lucas officially announces Star Wars on Blu-ray in 2011
HBO releasing Deadwood: The Complete Series on Blu-ray November 23
Netflix, EPIX deal is official; Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate movies start streaming September 1
Exclusive: Upcoming Apple TV loses 1080p playback, gains apps... and will be renamed iTV
Poll: Are you interested in buying Google TV hardware?
Cox to offer retail TiVo Premiere DVRs next year, first with cable VOD & Amazon, Netflix access
CableLabs amends OCUR spec, tuner sharing and MythTV are on
Ask Engadget HD: Should I buy a 720p HDTV?
Samsung's 3D gala: 65-inch UN65C8000, 50-inch PN50C490, and BD-C8000 eyes-on
Samsung shows off portable, HTIB 3D Blu-ray player options and the biggest LED 3DTV yet
Samsung puts up cash, HDTVs for developers in 'Free the TV Apps' contest
Panasonic intros 42- and 50-inch 3D Viera GT25 plasma sets, its first with 2D-to-3D conversion
Mercedes SLS AMG and Isle of Man take center stage in 'world's fastest 3D car film'
Verizon FiOS scores the first NFL 3D broadcast with Giants/Patriots September 2
CEA's Demo Days brings ESPN 3D to retailers for one weekend in September



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