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. Another week, another mega show to announce the latest in consumer electronics. This week it's E3 and while it is heavy on gaming news, obviously, we cherry picked our favorite home entertainment tidbits from the show. Of course Netflix is in the news again, and of course we're contractually obligated to discuss it -- not really. Finally we'll reminisce about our favorite format war before discussing 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.

Vita TV becomes PlayStation TV in the US, Europe and Canada for $99 this fall
Sony's new PlayStation Network TV show 'Powers' hits in December, free on PS Plus
Sony's next update for Playroom will bring custom AR broadcast sets
YouTube headed to PlayStation 4 'later this year,' adds one-click sharing
Xbox One getting Twitter, Vine, and HBO Go by year's end
Xbox One June update arrives so you can drop the nickname and add storage
Xbox at E3 2014: an interview with the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer
Microsoft now selling Kinectless Xbox One for $400
Microsoft lets Xbox One devs turn off Kinect for a power boost
Verizon slaps Netflix with cease and desist letter over error message
Netflix will stop 'test' blaming streaming slowdowns on ISPs, for now
Format Wars: Blu-ray vs. HD DVD
Google Play Movies & TV gets offline viewing on Chromebooks, info cards in Chrome browsers
Aereo finally brings live television to your $35 Chromecast
Apple's new Lightning spec allows for smarter, better-sounding headphones
BBC to test 4K broadcasts of World Cup matches, but you can't watch them
'Orange Is The New Black' season two is ready for streaming on Netflix
What's on your HDTV this week: 'Game of Thrones' season finale

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