We finally found a moment away from the press conferences and insane pace of CES announcements to reflect on what we've seen so far, and we even brought a few friends. Fellow Engadget HD editor Ben Bowers and Editor in Chief of Joystiq Chris Grant. There's far too much news to list, take a peek at the links below and have a listen to find out exactly what's been going on in HD and 3D this week.
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00:00:52 - Impressions of OnLive, live on Vizio VIA Plus TV
00:15:35 - LG Display thinks it can fix 3DTV with passive glasses & FPR
00:19:40 - LG's CES 2011 HD lineup: SmartTV platform, network Blu-ray players and HDTVs
00:21:20 - ESPN 3D switches from part-time to full-time on February 14th
00:27:58 - Panasonic's CES 2011 HD lineup: Blu-ray players, 3D video conferencing, HDTVs, audio gear
00:32:00 - New Sony Blu-ray players are faster than ever, there's even a portable one
00:36:33 - Sony's 2011 Bravia lineup includes 27 new HDTVs
00:38:50 - Samsung touts Bluetooth 3D support on LED 8000 / 7000 HDTV line, intros D8000 and D6500 plasmas
00:40:30 - Sharp has 70-inch 3D LCD, soundbars and new Blu-ray players on deck for 2011
00:42:15 - Vizio Internet Apps adds Hulu Plus and Blockbuster On Demand
00:43:49 - Toshiba to sell big-screen, glasses-free 3D HDTVs in 2011 / 2012
00:50:00 - Yahoo! Connected TV Widgets shows off live TV tie-ins, iPad remote and D-Link add-on
00:51:30 - RCA does Android on TV without Google's help
00:53:21 - Netflix and Hulu Plus with Kinect coming this spring to Xbox 360
00:56:40 - Time Warner Cable VOD coming to Sony Bravia HDTVs, sans the cable box
01:00:06 - XpanD shows off customizable 'You'niversal 3D glasses, iPhone app
01:01:45 - 3D movies via VUDU coming next week
01:05:50 - Six major studios to distribute UltraViolet titles by mid year, hardware to come later
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