This week's podcast gets started with some of the best comments left after the last episode, before we delve into our (very different) opinions of the initial Google TV efforts from Logitech and Sony. After that, Cisco tries to get into HDTV-based videoconferencing and the Windows Phone 7 launch brings some bonuses for HD viewers in the form of Xbox 360s on U-verse and U-verse mobile. DirecTV and Verizon also made news last week, and while 3D fans should take note of ESPN's NBA plans and Call of Duty: Black Ops. FCC speculation, Toshiba's 3DTV and a survey close things out before we give a shout out to our own Darren Murph for setting a Guinness World Record.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@Rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

00:09:38 - Logitech Revue with Google TV details: $299; free iOS, Android apps, accessories are extra
00:26:30 - Dish Network prices Logitech's Revue Google TV box at $179 for subscribers
00:29:24 - Sony's Google TV controller outed on ABC's Nightline (video)
00:37:25 - Cisco unveils Umi consumer video conferencing system
00:44:32 - AT&T brings U-verse to Windows Phone 7, Xbox 360
00:48:30 - AT&T U-verse Mobile preview

00:51:47 - DirecTV's Nomad might satisfy our thirst for content on the go
00:53:19 - Verizon rolls out FiOS on Demand app for Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile
00:55:48 - Verizon, Disney deal means ESPN on tablets, ESPN 3D and Goal Line channel for FiOS
00:56:03 - ESPN 3D will broadcast 14 NBA games this year starting with Heat/Knicks December 17
01:03:54 - Call of Duty: Black Ops adds 3D to its list of features on PC / PS3 / Xbox 360
01:07:33 - Poll: Will the FCC make any meaningful changes to the CableCARD rules this Thursday?
01:10:28 - Toshiba Regza GL1 3D preview: no frills, no glasses, some issues (video)
01:12:14 - J.D. Power Television Service Satisfaction Survey finds cable lagging behind telcos, satellite
01:19:40 - Engadget's Darren Murph nabs Guinness World Record for most blog posts ever written!



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Engadget HD Podcast 218 - 10.12.2010