It's all about embedded this week, whether we're talking Media Center, Google TV on ARM or the next generation of iPads and Apple TV. Of course, the future just dimmed for analog video output fans, but at least there's a few fresh updates for HD and 3D including The Ten Commandments on Blu-ray and Formula 1 in HD. Finally, we close out with this week's poll question asking how much are we really paying for cable TV?
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
05:33 - The home theater PC is dead, long live Windows Media Center
14:23 - ARMdevices: ARM-based Google TV platform 'confirmed' and coming soon
22:43 - Exclusive: The future of the iPad 2, iPhone 5, and Apple TV, and why Apple is shifting its mobile line to Qualcomm chipsets
37:57 - Analog sunset begins, all the new Blu-ray players will only output HD via HDMI
45:24 - Japan loves its 3D: more than half of all Blu-ray recorders sold last month had 3D, 3DTVs popular too
47:48 - Man discovers glasses-free 3D tech in the blink of an eye
50:34 - The Ten Commandments comes to Blu-ray in six or two-disc sets March 29th
55:10 - Formula One Management makes it official: 2011 season will be the first in HD
58:38 - Poll: How much are you paying for cable or satellite TV?
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