Although we had fun getting a new perspective from a third voice last week, its good to be back to our regular show as we try to predict what TiVo is going to announce tonight. Next up is the latest preview of the FCC's plan to bring broadband to everyone -- with a little help from the TV spectrum. Meanwhile some can't wait to get HDMI on the Mac Mini, while others couldn't care less. And we still love some 3D, but don't like the $150 price point on the glasses. Finally we talk the Olympics, Avner from Boxee on the Engadget Show and Cablevision's new PC to TV Media Relay.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
01:26 - TiVo Premiere, XL DVRs show up in Best Buy systems for $299, $499; due March 27
07:40 - FCC's Genachowski previews broadband plan, demands half gigahertz of spectrum for the task
13:44 - Broadcasters may have to pay extra for the right to deliver Mobile DTV
20:10 - Apple rumored to be readying Mac mini with HDMI
30:24 - Samsung's new 3DTVs get an early eyes-on, through $150 shutter glasses
36:27 - Samsung's first Full HD 3D TV now available in the US, all 55 inches of it
37:55 - Sony Style stores proclaimed 3D ready, are you?
40:34 - NBC turns off the tape delay, will air Men's Hockey final live in all time zones Sunday
52:34 - The Engadget Show - 006
57:50 - Cablevision's new 'PC to TV Media Relay' slings PC media to your cable box, fuzzy on the details