Get your Bingo cards ready, this week we're digging into the new Boxee Box, Google TV and new internet approaches from FiOS and Comcast. Afterwards, we discuss some of the deeper implications of the Comcast/NBC deal and what the FCC might have to say about it and TiVo's most recent moves. Extendergate, Windows 7 Blu-ray playback and a non-exclusive Blu-ray 3D release all are just lead up to Oppo's latest hardware before we check out a new update from Mitsubishi and finally look into our weekly poll question asking if anyone is buying into wireless replacements for HDMI yet.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:13:56 - Live from the Boxee Box launch event!
00:25:19 - Fox.com joins NBC, ABC and CBS by blocking Google TV
00:27:02 - Hands-on with FiOS Flex View
00:30:22 - Comcast Xfinity remote app for iPhone, iPad launches, video streaming & Android version on the way
00:37:51 - FCC, Justice Department look to prevent Comcast from hogging NBC's online video all for itself
00:50:54 - TiVo Premiere now free on contract for $20 monthly, as TiVo introduces (and enforces) tiered subsidies
00:56:10 - Cisco responds, fixes Linksys Extenders for Media Center, certificate issue to blame
00:58:10 - Microsoft's adorable new Windows 7 ad touts Blu-ray, shows Macs and PCs really just want to be friends
01:02:25 - Universal brings Coraline Blu-ray 3D to retail January 4, 2011
01:04:10 - Oppo officially announces BDP-93 Blu-ray player, shows off full specs
01:06:30 - Mitsubishi updates 2010 3D-ready HDTVs for full 3D video support
01:11:50 - Poll: Is anyone thinking about Wireless HDMI?
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