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. It finally happened, Microsoft dropped the price of the Xbox One. We'll discuss what that means for HD geeks, and perhaps even more importantly, how big a deal it is that streaming content to an Xbox no longer requires a subscription to Xbox Live Gold. Of course we'll also talk a bit about net neutrality, and some Netflix, before we get into other home theater and entertainment news. And finally we'll finish up 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.

Microsoft lowers Xbox One price to $400 without Kinect
Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other services will be open to all on Xbox One, Xbox 360
The hidden value of Amazon's Fire TV
Netflix begins raising prices, but current users get a two-year freeze
FCC's new net neutrality rules opposed by 100+ internet companies
FCC may revise the new net neutrality rules, but it's unlikely to satisfy critics
NBC's $7 billion Olympics deal will keep the games tied to cable TV until you're old
Rumors say AT&T is close to a $50 billion deal for DirecTV, unless it isn't
Sony reportedly puts its OLED TV efforts on hold
Major League Soccer to stream out-of-market games on ESPN3
PBS gives parents a way to monitor what kids are watching on its site
Breaking Bad in 4K coming to Netflix in June
Must See HDTV for the week of May 12th: Her, Crocodile Dundee and so many finales

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