Engadget HD Podcast 347 - 04.30.13

Engadget HD Podcast 347 - 04.30.13

This week we have a review of the ASUS Cube Google TV, rumors of an Amazon set-top box and Microsoft announcing when it will announce the next Xbox. LG has put its 55-inch curved OLED HDTV up for pre-orders in Korea with a price of about $13K, we'll take a look at the tech before diving into Netflix's "long term view" of the future. Finally, in a blend of traditional TV and modern second screen integration, NBC has announced a new game show with "unprecedented" viewer interaction -- consider us intrigued.

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

Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)

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00:08:57 ASUS Cube Google TV review
00:18:41 Microsoft announces Xbox event for May 21st
00:30:01 Amazon reportedly introducing set-top box this fall
00:33:15 Roku 2 menu update gets a new 'end of May' deadline in message to devs
00:34:25 LG will launch the world's first 55-inch curved OLED HDTV
00:40:15 LG Cloud rolling out in over 40 more countries by late May
00:40:52 LG Q1 earnings come in lower than last year, but phone sales are up
00:41:56 Samsung's official Q1 earnings show $6.4 billion in net profit
00:43:30 YouTube now offers more MLB highlights and full archived games
00:46:48 YouTube's first Comedy Week kicks off May 19th, features big-name lineup
00:48:17 Netflix's 'Long Term View' lays out predictions for internet vs. traditional TV delivery
00:59:41 Discovery, TLC apps for iPad add 'Plus' second screen experience
01:02:17 DirecTV adding voice search to its iOS and Android phone apps, beta coming this summer
01:08:49 NBC plans 'The Million Second Quiz,' a twelve-day, 24 / 7 game show
01:12:23 Must See HDTV (April 29th - May 5th)

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