On this week's podcast we investigate what does TV ownership really mean and then deal with the shocking news that TiVo and Comcast have teamed up, again. A quick look at the revised InfiniTV 4 is also in store before considering this weeks poll question, as well as the WatchESPN app being available on Android. YouTube's taken a bigger position in the movie rental business but Netflix is still king so we're wondering who has the best Watch Instantly streamer. The last week also brought news of cheaper 3D glasses from Samsung and its massive 75-inch TV, while the PSN is still down and Sony's finally doing something about it. Intel's WiDi is finally HDCP compatible, which is good, because now you can stream your new Star Wars or Eastbound & Down Blu-rays once they arrive later this year but until then, you can just click play and listen to us talking HD for a while.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:04:50 - Nielsen estimates show first drop in TV ownership in 20 years, Mayans nod approvingly
00:09:13 - Comcast will open up its video on-demand to TiVo Premiere DVRs and offer them for installation
00:14:38 - Sharing your InfiniTV 4 over the network is now a wizard away
00:16:53 - Hands-on and unboxing the InfiniTV 4 v2
00:30:28 - Poll: Are you satisfied with the TV service you're paying for?
00:34:07 - WatchESPN app is now on Android, go-anywhere live TV streams still restricted to just a few providers
00:37:54 - YouTube will add 3,000 streaming movies for renting (Update: NBC Universal, Sony and Warner are on board)
00:40:13 - Ask Engadget HD: Best Netflix streamer?
00:42:40 - Samsung's entire line of active shutter glasses gets a price cut, more money for your popcorn
00:49:50 - Samsung's 75-inch D9500 3D TV announced for Korea, doubles as wind shield (updated)
00:53:26 - Sony offers free Debix identify theft protection for PSN and Qriocity hack victims in US
01:00:45 - Intel refreshes Wireless Display with support for DRM-protected DVDs, Blu-rays
01:01:44 - Star Wars Blu-ray set ships Sept. 12th/16th (world/NA), has 40 hours of special features
01:03:45 - Eastbound and Down Season One and Two come to Blu-ray August 2nd
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