3D basketball is a sight to see, but since we can't show it to you ourselves, we all get to live vicariously through Richard as he shares his experience. Verizon has sour grapes over 3D so of course we just have to make fun -- it's only fair. Pouting isn't the only thing worthy of our ridicule though, people who think Apple has plans to release an HDTV are pretty high on the list as well. And of course you didn't think you could avoid talk of Apple's iPad did you? Of course you didn't. Finally we close out the show with some more info on the InfiniTV 4, the TiVo Premier, and the interesting results of a survey concerning digital distribution.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler
Producer: Trent Wolbe
03:30 - Final Four basketball in 3D is the closest thing to being there
06:30 - Verizon hopes to bring 3D programming to FiOS TV customers by year-end 2010
11:45 - LG announces LD950 passive shutter 3DTV for UK market
13:27 - Poll: Still waiting for the Apple HDTV
19:50 - Netflix iPad app now available in the App Store (update: ABC Player, too)
22:00 - Netflix coming to the iPhone and iPod touch
26:05 - WSJ: CBS bringing free HTML5-encoded TV shows to the iPad, ABC plans detailed
26:48 - NYT: Hulu planning iPad app, might be subscription based
28:42 - Who doesn't want Android and Intel in their HDTV? Panasonic & Samsung
37:20 - Toshiba UX600 series: first HDTVs certified Windows 7 compatible
42:00 - Ceton InfiniTV 4 CableCARD tuner review
51:37 - TiVo Premiere unearths hidden power: USB keyboard functionality
54:55 - Survey says cable's VOD is the big winner in digital distribution