The second day of CES never disappoints, well almost, and this year we kick off with the latest news out of Skywalker Ranch. We also learned about Hollywood's vision of the future of digital distribution and SRS Labs vision of the future for surround sound. Today also happened to be the day for Media Center news -- apparently it isn't dead -- as there are three embedded Media Center set-top boxes due this year as well as a few more CableCARD tuners on way. No doubt it was a good time, so be sure to not skip to many chapters in this one.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
01:05 - Star Wars Complete Saga Blu-ray news: release in September
02:52 - Six major studios to distribute UltraViolet titles by mid year, hardware to come later
11:30 - Samsung, Dreamworks partner for more exclusive Blu-ray 3D movies, streaming 3D
13:25 - Samsung launching RVU-compatible D6000 series TVs in March
16:02 - Samsung will offer access to TV, VOD from Time Warner & Comcast on its Galaxy Tab, TVs
21:35 - Hands-on with the HDHomeRun Prime CableCARD tuner
26:13 - Hauppauge is taking its HD component capture card internal
28:30 - Gateway Media Console with CableCARD and Windows Embedded Standard 7 hands-on
30:20 - Reycom Windows Media Center coming for $499
32:20 - Orb BR software comes to PS3 and other Blu-ray players, 1080p streaming for $20
34:30 - SRS Labs wants us to forget about our speakers
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