All good things must change or come to an end, including SageTV post-Google buyout, ReplayTV, FrameChannel and our daily HDTV Listings post (!?). Change is also bringing new mobile apps for the TiVo Premiere and plenty of changes for the DVRs provided by cable companies like Comcast and Time Warner. Even with all of that action, no one had a busier weekend than Netflix so we check in with the latest news there before reporting on the latest HDBaseT developments, a new projector on the way from Panasonic and ESPN 3D's plans for the summer.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
12:39 - SageTV HTPC software acquired by Google, next stop Google TV?
21:37 - ReplayTV guide data comes to an end July 31st
24:31 - TiVo Android and iPhone apps in the works, Season Passes soon at your fingertips
30:06 - FrameChannel is going away and so is its suite of TiVo widgets
30:58 - Comcast invites Skype into its cable boxes, mobile apps
31:47 - Comcast to show off new Xfinity TV guide with Facebook tie-ins, Intel CPU Thursday (video)
36:29 - Comcast Cable Show 2011 demo features 1Gbps cable modem speeds, new Xfinity TV UI
38:05 - Time Warner Cable internal docs reveal TWCable TV iPad app, DVR upgrades on the way
40:34 - Netflix's day: Sony movies pulled, new bandwidth options, no more DVD API access and a lawsuit
47:29 - HDBaseT Alliance ready to certify hardware for its do-everything cable, first product revealed
49:45 - Panasonic will, eventually, at some point, launch its first 3D home theater projector
50:55 - ESPN 3D gears up for year two with more college football, Home Run Derby and Little League
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