The DirecTiVo has arrived, and most shockingly, the world has not ended before we get a chance to talk about it. There's plenty of new tech on deck for this week's podcast, as the new Xbox 360 dashboard has finally rolled out, 4K displays are hitting the streets and the Logitech Revue finally received an upgrade to Honeycomb. Speaking of Google TV, Eric Schmidt had a bold prediction at Le Web 2011 -- press play to see if we're buying what he's selling.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
10:00 - DirecTV's TiVo ready to return December 8th in a few markets
16:53 - Verizon planning streaming video service, gets ready to take on Netflix
17:50 - Verizon rumored to be working with Redbox on its internet video streaming service
18:53 - Logitech Revue Android 3.1 upgrade starts rolling out (Update: It's official)
19:31 - Google's Eric Schmidt sees Google TV embedded in most new TVs by summer of 2012
26:43 - Xbox 360 fall dashboard update 'slightly' delayed (update: it's live!)
32:35 - Fall Xbox 360 Dashboard update brings WTV file support, but don't get too excited
35:00 - Dish Network surfaces as possible Plan B for T-Mobile if AT&T merger falls through
36:09 - Sharp nearing 1 million big-screen TV sales in North America, expanding global market
37:43 - Toshiba 55X3 4K 3DTV launches December 10th in Japan, no glasses necessary
39:01 - JVC's Procision, Reference Series projectors now available, replete with '4K precision'
40:10 - Westinghouse is bringing new LED HDTVs to CES, acronym lovers reportedly 'delighted'
41:18 - Hulu 'Face Match' feature attaches an actor's entire history to their mug
43:58 - Must See HDTV (December 12th - 18th)
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Engadget HD Podcast 278 - 12.13.2011
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