If you love 3D then you're going to love this episode and if not, you might just want to skip to the 37 minute mark and skip all the parts where we go crazy talking about Avatar, (spoiler warning) the Blu-ray 3D spec and 3D at home in general. After all the 3D buzz is done, we move on to the FiOS Super Headend tour as well why the DirecTV TiVo might not be that great and finally the new Fancast Xfinity TV and a little spat between TWC and Fox.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:45 - Comments from Engadget HD Podcast 167
04:30 - So are you headed to the theater to see Avatar?
20:30 - Blu-ray 3D specifications finalized, your PS3 is ready
26:58 - 3D capable Blu-ray players coming as soon as Q2 2010?
30:17 - Sony teams up with RealD for 3D, headaches in the home
34:40 - Ask Engadget HD: Does Dolby, RealD or someone else offer the best 3D movie theater experience?
37:17 - An inside look at a Verizon FiOS Super Headend and Video Hub
44:41 - New DirecTV TiVo HD due in the Spring of 2010
46:44 - Comcast On Demand Online renamed Fancast Xfinity TV, now streaming nationwide
53:38 - Time Warner, Fox trade shots on who to blame when you can't see the bowl games