CEDIA 2010 is in the books, and we've got plenty of news from the show to talk about including 3D projectors, what we saw (and didn't see) for Media Center and a surprising Blu-ray treat from Disney. Of course, news from outside of Atlanta was a big part of last week as well, so we've got plenty to discuss about AppleTV, Boxee Box, the latest in Netflix, a new series of Roku units and more. Of course, any week we can close things out with a new giant sized HD scoreboard is a plus, so ahead and just click that play button.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@Rjcc)
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03:30 - Apple TV now shipping
07:21 - TiVo banking on the software business, delays DirecTV HD unit to 2011
09:38 - Follow the money; the real reason why your AVR doesn't support DirecTV's 3D
16:07 - Sony holding Google TV event on October 12
21:20 - Runco's first 3Dimension projector uses passive glasses
23:43 - Boxee Box on display at FCC, inside and out
25:07 - Netflix launches in Canada today: streaming only service for C$7.99 per month
28:00 - Netflix busted for using actors in crowd at Canadian launch event
29:48 - Netflix, NBC Universal content deal brings Battlestar Galactica, SNL and more to Watch Instantly
33:30 - Sharp unveils AQUOS Quattron 3D for the States
36:44 - Despicable Me Blu-ray, 3D combo packs dated for December 14
37:55 - Disney launching calibration disc for pros and novices alike at CEDIA
40:57 - Roku XDS review
43:00 - Speakercraft's BoomTomb brings subharmonics under ground
44:20 - Sony's VPL-VW90ES 3D projector priced and dated for the US
48:02 - Panasonic, Charlotte Motor Speedway team up for the biggest HD screen ever
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