Okay, we're day a late, but we're not $50 dollars short since Richard avoided the World War Z 'Mega Ticket.' That much and only a small popcorn? No, thanks. Despite seeing the movie twice for regular price, however, Ben is still convinced that Richard's the guy who hates every movie and loves every TV show. We'll let you decide by tuning to this week's episode of the Engadget Podcast below.
Producer: Joe Pollicino (@akaTRENT)
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07:03 - The Xbox One and live TV -- here's what to expect
19:24 - Xbox One DRM rollback cuts family sharing features, digital mirroring of retail games out
26:01 - Apple TV adds HBO Go and WatchESPN to its ranks
30:03 - FIFA reconsiders 3D World Cup 2014 coverage after ESPN 3D shutdown
33:13 - Logitech ships Harmony Ultimate Hub in August for $100, remote not required
38:26 - Netflix renews Hemlock Grove for a second season
39:23 - Netflix streaming is coming to the Netherlands later this year
39:52 - Netflix signs up Dreamworks for multiple new original TV series, promises over 300 hours of programming
41:05 - Rdio opens Vdio mvie srvice to evryone
42:14 - Redray 4K player now shipping, UHDTV not included
43:49 - World War Z 'Mega Ticket' trial brings early screenings, bonuses for $50
48:42 - Must See HDTV (June 24th - 30th) HD
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