After our Lost discussion last week, we're right back at it with Avatar Blu-ray & DVD release news to open this week's show. That's just the start for 3D news, with new content and providers popping up almost daily, but how much will it all cost? After that we dig into the latest updated on Netflix streaming for the PC and why we're not worried about ICT. After that there's cable news with compression, CableCARD and TiVo before some healthy unfounded speculation about what Google can do to the set-top box market. Finally we figure out if people really do love NBC's Olympics tape-delay and who is (or is not) watching Life on discovery, and why.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:07:37 - Avatar Blu-ray & DVD official for April 22, "ultimate version" in November and 3D...?
00:13:14 - Three for 3D: ESPN 3D adds Home Run Derby, Sky 3D launches 4/3, AcTVila makes the jump this summer
00:14:34 - Comcast's 3D Masters broadcast explained
00:19:12 - Cablevision bumps Comcast to the back, 3D sports at home starts next week
00:23:56 - Panasonic Touch the Future Tour lets production Full HD 3DTVs hit the public stage
00:25:50 - XpanD X103 3D glasses universally compatible with 3DTVs, but not all wallets
00:27:35 - Best Buy's 3D bundle pricing isn't as much of a deal as it appears
00:31:35 - Netflix streaming in HD on the PC expected this year
00:33:46 - Analog HD from Blu-ray isn't going anywhere
00:37:57 - Comcast looking to compress HD even more
00:41:30 - A CableCARD replacement is due by December 2012, bandaids by this Fall
00:55:58 - TiVo Premiere spotted in Best Buy with March 28th retail date
01:00:30 - Google TV: Android-based web platform for the living room, with help from Intel, Sony, and Logitech
01:03:38 - Verizon, AT&T and Dolby join the exclusive group of DLNA Promoting Members
01:05:30 - Research firm shocks the internet, says most viewers loved NBC's Olympics coverage
01:08:50 - Poll: Watching Life on Discovery tonight?