This week we'll discuss several Ultra HD displays, some of which can be purchased (Samsung's $40K 85-inch LCD and JVC's $261K 8K projector) and some that can't, like Microsoft's sweet 120-inch demo unit. We also take a peek at Sonos' new soundbar, and the changing media landscape with news and rumors about HBO Go, BBC iPlayer, and even our old friend Intel.
Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)
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00:15:38 Samsung announces pricing for S9 UHD TV: $39,999, shipping in late March
00:20:52 Toshiba showcases 2013 AV range and updated Cloud TV platform
00:22:56 Visualized: Microsoft's homegrown 120-inch 4K television
00:26:56 JVC will launch its first (sort of) 8K projector later this month in Japan
00:29:40 Panasonic 2013 Smart TVs wield Nuance Dragon TV
00:32:08 Sonos Playbar review
00:33:58 Sonos offers up same bass, less shine with limited edition matte black Sub
00:36:05 ThinkFlood closes shop
00:40:05 Plex for iOS 3.1 brings a mobile media server, deep content filters
00:41:43 HBO CEO casually mentions standalone HBO Go option for broadband subscribers
00:49:18 BBC commissions first iPlayer-exclusive drama
00:51:30 Redbox Instant app for Xbox 360 goes live for Gold subscribers
00:52:50 Intel launches Media Server Reference Design to speed up set-top box creation
00:58:02 NYT: ABC crafting live streaming app for tablets, phones
01:01:11 Must See HDTV (March 25th - 31st)
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