Engadget HD Podcast 376 - 11.27.13

The Xbox One has finally arrived at chez Lawler, so Richard and Ben gets things headed in Microsoft's direction right off the bat. As with the PS4, this console still could use some time in the oven, but it probably could take the heat -- its fan hasn't made a peep after days of "always on" use. This show isn't just about consoles though; LG's nefarious activities fall under scrutiny and service updates are popping up all over, including Chromecast's adoption of HBO Go. So please join us for this pre-holiday edition of the Engadget HD Podcast at the streaming links below... before your food coma sets in.

Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Jon Turi

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07:55 - Xbox One review: a fast and powerful work in progress
26:38 - Xbox One will have a native YouTube app at launch (update: mobile app support)
27:25 - Xbox One crosses million sold mark in under 24 hours, 'biggest launch in Xbox history'
28:36 - Xbox One teardown reveals replaceable hard drive, off-the-shelf parts
30:06 - PlayStation 4 or Xbox One: Which game console to buy this holiday
31:14 - Sony's Video and Music Entertainment chief wants the PS4 to be your everything
31:54 - U-Verse dropping Xbox 360 receiver support after December 31st
33:37 - HBO Go comes to Chromecast on both Android and iOS
34:43 - Google invites devs over for a Chromecast hackathon plus SDK show-and-tell, updates official app
38:13 - Chromecast stand-in CheapCast now beams browser tabs to your display
39:05 - Dish Hopper DVR upgrades enable control over HDMI, expand iPad support
44:56 - DirecTV to expand out-of-home live TV streaming, Android tablet support
46:09 - LG promises to stop your Smart TV spying on you
46:19 - LG Smart TVs could be collecting personal data, even if you tell them not to
48:16 - Your future OLED TV could be created with an inkjet printer
50:11 - Must See HDTV (November 25th - December 1st)

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