Engadget HD Podcast 371 - 10.15.13

BBC news from across the pond makes its way into the discussion this week and Ben finds out that they play more than just The Killers over there. The Twitter and Comcast deal gets hashed out, Jimmy Fallon's viral "hashtag" vid makes the rounds and we find out that last week's The Walking Dead episode was seen by quite a few people. So head on past the break to catch this week's streaming episode of Engadget's HD Podcast, before Richard disappears down the Pacific Rim rabbit hole.

Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Jon Turi

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04:19 - Panasonic reportedly ending plasma TV production by end of March 2014
11:20 - WSJ: Netflix could come to US cable boxes soon, Comcast and Suddenlink in talks
19:42 - Netflix recruits creators of 'Damages' to premiere a psychological thriller original series
21:07 - Broadcasters take their case against Aereo to the Supreme Court
23:40 - Aereo pushes back Android TV streaming app launch to October 22nd
24:19 - Three more Android devices now support BBC iPlayer app's offline viewing
26:11 - BBC releases rediscovered Doctor Who episodes as iTunes exclusives
28:00 - BBC Playlister web app launches today as an open beta
29:21 - Sky Movies comes to BT TV, hell braces itself for cold snap
30:34 - Google TV v4 close to release, hacked 'Android TV' ROM is running in the wild
34:34 - Comcast's Xfinity video on-demand, Streampix apps on Android updated with HD video
35:59 - Avegant's head-mounted virtual retinal display offers brilliant definition, we go hands-on
39:59 - Twitter's new Comcast deal could have you watching TV from tweets
44:04 - Google search starts listing TV episodes and air dates in results
45:24 - Must See HDTV (October 14th - 20th)

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