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Engadget HD Podcast 215 - 09.22.2010

Trent Wolbe

Coming to you live from Atlanta we've got our first podcast recorded during CEDIA, though this one is mostly dealing with non-event related news from the past week. Now that PlayStation 3 is (sort of) Blu-ray 3D compatible, it appears we'll see a few more movies popping up at retail, while Samsung is doing its best to make that sub-$1,000 3D plasma an even more attractive option. Next we deal with a few movies that aren't out on 2D Blu-ray... yet, and discuss the future of control technology as imagined by Crestron, Logitech and, surprisingly, ABC. Next we discuss Samsung's exclusive Media Hub and movie store before mentioning the HD upgrade coming shortly to two of our favorit sports shows. To wrap things up we've got the results of last weeks poll and finally a quick run through of our most anticipated new fall programming.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@Rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

08:45 - PS3 update 3.50 adds 3D Blu-ray movie support starting September 21
10:00 - PS3 firmware 3.50 is a go, 3D Blu-ray movies suddenly feel more wanted
11:00 - 3D Blu-ray on the PS3: it works! (video)
12:00 - Samsung adds two free pairs of glasses to sub-$1,000 3DTV package
13:10 - Warner has six Blu-ray 3D discs headed to retail November 16, Sony brings along Open Season
17:08 - Is The Incredibles Blu-ray due early next year?
18:40 - Crestron iPanel controller for iPad does twice as much for half the price
20:22 - Logitech Revue with Google TV coming 9/29 for $299, Dish Network offering discounts?
23:15 - ABC app eavesdrops on your TV to synchronize interactive content using Nielsen tech (video)
25:50 - Samsung Media Hub: movies and next-day TV shows from NBC, Paramount, Universal, and more
27:48 - Confirmed: Intel says HDCP 'master key' crack is real
30:05 - Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption switching to HD broadcasts September 27
30:55 - Poll: Do women care about HDTV?
34:25 - TV Premieres, Finales & Specials This Week 09/19/2010

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