We've got a pair of new boxes to discuss this week, with the TiVo Mini and Roku 3 both making their debut. While we discuss what they add to the mix (and what they're still missing), other news includes the end of Netflix's public API program and UK pricing for LG's first OLED HDTV. Meanwhile Google Fiber has picked up its first 3D channels and we discuss the importance of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in the history of film as a whole. Finally, we'll remind you to check in Saturday afternoon at 2:15PM for our "How Technology is Changing the Way We Watch TV" panel at Engadget Expand featuring guests from Sling, Boxee and TiVo.
Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)
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00:07:44 TiVo Mini review
00:33:53 Roku 3 goes on sale tomorrow for $99 with upgraded CPU and a new UI
00:40:51 Time Warner Cable's TWC TV app is now streaming on Roku
00:42:19 Rovio adds TV channel to its games, launches Angry Birds Toons on March 17th
00:47:08 Netflix changes its public API program by ending it, will no longer issue new dev keys
00:52:01 Movie studios sign on for satellite-based digital delivery to theaters
00:54:16 LG ships its MT93 Personal Smart TV to your dorm this March
00:56:54 LG's 55-inch OLED HDTV gets UK launch details: £9,999, ships in July
00:57:49 DirecTV Android tablet app knows it's late, makes suitably low-key entrance
00:59:03 Google Fiber TV channel lineup sees its first 3D additions with 3net and ESPN3D
00:59:57 Zotac's StreamBox and RAIDbox build upon the ZBOX's HTPC pedigree
01:01:24 Barnes & Noble signs licensing agreement with MGM, Lionsgate, National Geographic and more for Nook Video service
01:02:34 Amazon adds another original kid's program with high-profile pedigree
01:03:50 Must See HDTV (March 11th - 17th)
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