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Engadget HD Podcast 217 - 10.05.2010

Trent Wolbe

A relatively light load of topics provided plenty of conversation on this week's episode, with Google TV, Apple TV and a new Xbox 360 dashboard update leading things off. After that we investigate whether Bose's latest innovation is worth the price and talk Blu-ray market penetration, glasses free 3D and George Lucas' latest announcement. Finally, we spent some time discussing the canceled TV shows (so long My Generation and Lone Star) and which ones have caught our eye so far this season.

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

Producer: Trent Wolbe

05:13 - Google TV quick tour shows off the service's inner workings, Kenny Powers' dreams
14:35 - Apple TV review (2010)
16:00 - Confirmed: Apple TV can play 1080p content from iTunes, but still only outputs 720p
20:58 - Xbox Live Fall 2010 Dashboard Update preview: ESPN, Netflix search, Kinect, and more!
30:57 - Bose VideoWave fits surround sound into TV, custom UI aims to simplify set-top box clutter (video)
37:56 - Blu-ray household penetration hits 17 percent

53:02 - Star Wars flicks to see 3D re-release, starting with Episode 1 in 2012

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