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Right on schedule, we're back with all the latest HD news -- and a whole lot of FCC leaks and Chromecast-related updates. Better yet, Richard and Ben are ready to get Engadget HD's Yahoo Pro Pick 'em Football league going again now that we're in the pre-season. Stream this week's episode below and

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No more trilogies, folks. Ben wasn't positive at first, but Richard's convinced him it's about quadriliogies now -- at least in the world of Avatar. If only Time Warner Cable and CBS could compromise on the important issues as easily as our hosts do. Episode 361 of the Engadget HD Podcast is ready

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More Google Chromecast news than you can handle? Check. Further discussion about our review of said $35 video-streaming dongle? Double check. If Chromecast isn't your thing, we also cover the likes of some cheap 4K TVs and our anticipation for the rest of Breaking Bad. The voices of Richard and Be

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Richard saw Pacific Rim again -- shocker -- and this episode he gets Ben to contemplate a very rare visit to his local cinema to see it, period. As usual, we'll go over HD tech that's way over our budgets and wonder how others still don't live up to their potential. Still undeterred? This week's i

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Richard insists Pacific Rim is just a movie with a light plot (rather than a dumb action flick), while Ben explains his general distaste for pre-feature trailers. Mix those discussion with the HD news highlights from the last week and you've got episode 358 of the Engadget HD Podcast. Stream it be

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Ben actually a liked a remote system by Logitech's Harmony division -- our minds are blown, too. Aside from that spoiler, Richard discusses how he hates when his social media feeds reveal movie plots. All that, along with another 30 minutes of the biggest HD news from the last week, and you've got

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We may have had some connectivity issues during our livestream, but the magic of post production means a smooth podcast for your listening pleasure as usual. Aside from the usual topics like Netflix, 4K TVs and IPTV, Ben's still wondering how Richard manages to have time to waste for watching mult

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Okay, we're day a late, but we're not $50 dollars short since Richard avoided the World War Z 'Mega Ticket.' That much and only a small popcorn? No, thanks. Despite seeing the movie twice for regular price, however, Ben is still convinced that Richard's the guy who hates every movie and loves ever

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The E3 and WWDC news surges have finally calmed, so now we're back into the normal weekly groove. This week, Ben details his time using an Oculus Rift to watch recorded video and Richard attempts to ride out E3 as long as possible with our roundup. All that and more is ready to stream straight to

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Looking to get away from all the Apple news? Well, as Ben puts it in this episode, \"you've come to right podcast\" -- if you're all about E3, that is. We're really excited to talk about how the big announcements from this year's gaming show will pertain to our HD wants and wishes. Ben hasn't decide

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Hulu being up for sale and the weekly Engadget HD Podcast: two things you can likely count on to continue for the forseeable future. Ben's still hopped up from viewing Star Wars movies and Richard, well, he's been watching so many films he can't even remember the ones he has seen. Catch all our ba

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It was a holiday weekend, but news takes no vacations, and so the HD Podcast soldiered on. Aside from following up on the Xbox One, Ben recalls his time in the import racing scene, while Richard analyzes the totally believable fake physics in Tokyo Drift. All that and the top HD stories from the p

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Need a break from all that Xbox chatter? You've come to the right place -- well, after about 14 minutes into this episode of the HD Podcast, that is (we were speculating about what the news would be). With that One bit out the way, it's a good time to catch up with us on the general HD side of thi

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This may be a slower part of the year for HD news, but we still managed to round up an hour's worth of goodies. It's an onslaught of mostly minor happenings from all the usual major players, along with your two favorite hosts. Stream it below or catch a download after the break. Hosts: Ben Drawba

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Hulu, Blockbuster, Kaleidescape and Amazon form an odd group of digital video distributors, but they're joined together to open this week's podcast. While Amazon's Lovefilm is HD ready on the PS3 for the first time, Kaleidescape is bringing Blu-ray quality downloads to owners of its high end hardw

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This week we have a review of the ASUS Cube Google TV, rumors of an Amazon set-top box and Microsoft announcing when it will announce the next Xbox. LG has put its 55-inch curved OLED HDTV up for pre-orders in Korea with a price of about $13K, we'll take a look at the tech before diving into Netfl

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New remotes from Logitech and a slew of streaming video news from Netflix, Amazon and Microsoft lead off the podcast this week. Netflix finally has more customers than HBO in the US, so we'll dig into its Q4 numbers and see what's next for the streaming company. Cox, time Warner Cable and Sky all

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4K TVs for less than $1,500? That's the new world we live in, as we dive into Ultra HD, next Xbox rumors and more on this week's podcast. Meanwhile, news of the death of Panasonic plasma R&D program was apparently greatly exaggerated, so we'll figure out what to expect from the manufacturer in

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Sony kicked off NAB 2013 with some closer-to-mainstream-than-expected 4K pricing announcements, so that's where we'll begin. Is it time to consider buying an Ultra HDTV, and is it worth even thinking about at the 65- and 55-inch sizes? We've also got our review of the Roku 3 to discuss, Netflix's

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Aw, you missed us live? Not to worry, we've got you covered here as usual! This week, Ben continues to highlight his hopes for more à la carte access to shows than channels, while Richard tries to -- sneakily -- double his follower count on Twitter. Oh yeah, and we'll discuss the latest in

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