Engadget HD Podcast 320 - 10.16.2012Before we take in Thanksgiving and all the football it has to offer, we've got this week's podcast episode. The new Wii U represents Nintendo's official entry into the HD age, so of course we'll discuss it, however with many of its TV-centric features arriving only recently or still awaiting their debut, we still have our doubts. Amazon and Netflix both continue to make moves in subscription streaming, and Google Fiber is finally rolling out across the land. Of course, it's already time for a CES preview and we're ready for the latest Ultra HD news from Samsung (and even a breaking update from Sony.) Press play to find out what's up this week in everything from 4K to Formula 1.

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

Producer: Trent Wolbe

00:14:20 - Nintendo Wii U review
00:16:22 - Wii U's Nintendo TVii, Amazon Instant Video, and Hulu Plus pushed to December
00:23:58 - Amazon stops testing monthly Prime subscriptions, leaves the results a mystery
00:24:48 - Netflix original series House of Cards gets its first trailer
00:35:17 - Vudu brings HDX 1080p streaming and downloadable movies to PCs
00:40:59 - XBMC 12 'Frodo' Beta 1 appears, includes support for Android, Raspberry Pi, HD audio and more
00:41:55 - Google TV gets voice search and a quick guide to make content discovery easier than ever
00:44:00 - Dish Network's Hopper gets an off-air digital TV tuner, software update packing new features
00:47:04 - Google Fiber installations begin, come with a larger TV channel choice in the bargain
00:48:18 - Elgato EyeTV Mobile ships to the US, brings Dyle live TV tuning to data cap-dodging iOS users
00:55:15 - Samsung bringing 85-inch ultra high definition TV to CES
00:59:29 - Initial projects from 3net Studios include the world's first native 4K TV show
01:03:10 - Formula 1's on-board cameras may switch to HD next season
01:06:20 - Star Trek: Enterprise Blu-ray release next year tipped as fans pick box art
01:09:22 - Must See HDTV (November 19th - 25th)

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