This week's show is short but sweet, as it looks like we weren't the only ones recovering from a vacation hangover. Still, there was some news, with Comcast and Virgin Media launching new apps on Android, and a stinging surprise in v2.0 of Time Warner's iPad app. Panasonic also opened its doors to developers but we're not sure if they'll walk in right away, while Hulu puts all of its cards on the table in preparation for being sold. We also wonder whether the fuss over Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cables is deserved, while there could be a few good reasons why CBS would launch a 3D cable network -- and a bunch of bad ones. Closing out this week's podcast is Blu-ray news as Planet Earth Special Edition has a release date, and so does the 50th Anniversary Edition of Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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

Producer: Trent Wolbe

05:15 - Must See HDTV (July 11th - 17th)
07:00 - Comcast Xfinity TV app updated for Honeycomb Android tablets, Gingerbread phones and on iOS
08:20 - Virgin Media credits £50 to early TiVo adopters, releases DVR scheduling app for Android
09:42 - Time Warner Cable iPad app hates jailbreaks, loves gratuitous quotes (updated)
11:27 - Panasonic's Viera Connect developer portal opens to eager TV app creators
14:47 - Hulu CEO lays out Q2 results, 875,000 paying subscribers for potential buyers
17:12 - HDMI group reportedly putting a stop to Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapters
19:20 - CBS considering a 3D cable network?
23:42 - Planet Earth Special Edition Blu-ray arrives October 4th
26:30 - Breakfast at Tiffany's 50th Anniversary Blu-ray will be released September 20th

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