While Ben digs into his holiday movie archive and Richard warms himself by a virtual yuletide fire, HD news continues to pour forth. The Xbox One received some post-launch updates, Dolby demoed some tech you might not have thought you needed, Google's Chromecast added more apps to its streaming quiver and Netflix announced a director for its Daredevil series. Add to that, an extensive review of Must See HDTV and some disappointing fantasy football stats, and you've got another informative episode of the HD Podcast, patiently waiting for you at the streaming links below.
Producer: Jon Turi
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06:39 - Xbox One's first post-launch update tackles multiplayer and SmartGlass issues
10:41 - Xbox One self-publishing begins in early 2014 with a big list of devs onboard
14:14 - LG's AllJoyn support will let you control Smart TVs from any device
15:24 - LG, Sharp, Qualcomm and others team up to make your house even smarter
18:47 - Dolby demos new imaging tech that pushes more light to your television
21:31 - NimbleTV launches in New York City, streams paid TV starting at $4 per month
26:38 - Google rumored to launch its own TV set-top box under the Nexus brand next year
36:06 - HiSense unveils Android-powered H6 Smart TVs and Pulse PRO set-top box
38:28 - Android 4.4.1 shows signs that mirroring to Chromecast is coming soon
42:02 - Google Chromecast adds 10 new apps to its streaming arsenal
45:03 - Plex multimedia app gets a new UI to match iOS 7
46:43 - Verizon's FiOS Mobile app adds Encore, Starz and more for live-streaming anywhere
48:31 - Reelhouse offers expanded bonus materials for digital Warner Bros. movies
50:08 - Netflix's Daredevil TV show will be led by Cabin in The Woods director Drew Goddard
52:41 - Award-winning Netflix original series House of Cards returns on Valentine's Day 2014 with a second season
57:46 - Must See HDTV (December 9th - 15th)
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