It's Tuesday, which is time for the Engadget HD Podcast and we hope you'll join us for the live recording at 9:30PM. Once again we lead off with the latest trials and tribulations of net neutrality, as a few more companies throw opinions into the mix. Of course we wouldn't even be having such discussions if more ISPs offered gigabit broadband, which is exactly what Cox is hoping to do. WSJ is spreading a rumor that AT&T is looking to purchase DirecTV and as you know, we'll never miss an opportunity to theorize about a good rumor. Later, we'll toss around all the other latest news in home theater and entertainment until we finish u with what we're watching this week. If you'll be joining us, take a peek at the topics after the break and then get ready to participate in the live chat.
FCC chairman to cable companies: forcing some net traffic into a slow lane will not be permitted
An 'internet middleman' calls out six ISPs for letting connections slow down
Mozilla asks the FCC to rethink net neutrality with content providers in mind
Cox wants to hop on the gigabit internet bandwagon this year
WSJ rumor has AT&T talking about buying DirecTV
ESPN makes it easy for you to watch the World Cup anytime, anywhere
You've selected Mad Men? Moviefone redesign tacks on TV listings
Microsoft wants you to help improve Kinect 2.0's voice recognition
Redbox Instant for Android arrives on Chromecast
Play nearly any video on your Chromecast using this browser add-on
For HBO, it's all about making 'good shit'
Hulu will bring free TV shows to your phone, and it's trying to reach your cable box
Dreamworks CEO believes films will be ready to buy 3 weeks after hitting cinemas
Orange is the New Black renewed for a third season before the second even debuts
Must See HDTV for the week of May 6th: 24, Louie and Weekend at Bernie's