A shortened week cut our number of topics, but with E3 and WWDC kicking off this week there's still plenty of news to discuss, starting with Microsoft's new UI for the Xbox 360 and the increased integration of live TV feeds. We speculate a bit on which TV providers will be first to join in on the console, before investigating the sudden price drop on InfiniTV 4 CableCARD tuners. Netflix has of course forced its way into the spotlight again, while Samsung has an innovative new app for its Galaxy S II and Mitsubishi's officially unveiling its biggest DLP yet. To close things out we've got a new poll question and reflections on our recent review of the LG LW5600 HDTV.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
02:30 - Microsoft integrates live TV from Sky TV, Foxtel and Canal on Xbox 360 -- more providers coming
04:50 - Microsoft's new Xbox 360 UI has Bing voice search across Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, and live TV
13:30 - InfiniTV 4 CableCARD tuner prices are dropping, down to $256 shipped from $399 previously
18:08 - Netflix pushes max number of registered Watch Instantly devices to 50
21:33 - Hulu, Miramax deal means Netflix, Hulu Plus both add Pulp Fiction and more starting today
24:54 - Samsung Smart View shrinks Smart TV down for your Galaxy S II
27:34 - Mitsubishi officially prices 2011 HDTVs including a 92-inch DLP and 75-inch LaserVue
30:00 - Poll: Are you shopping for a skinny bezel?
35:08 - LG LW5600 3D LCD HDTV review
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