We've got an interesting week to recap, with the launch of the Roku 2, a quarterly update from Netflix and more 3D misinformation flooding the internet. In the you-knew-it-was-coming corner, there's more disappointing TiVo news, complaints about DirecTV's (lack of) HD channels, empty OLED promises and another janky iPhone remote add-on. We'll wrap things up by going over what we watched last week and are looking forward to this week, but of course nothing was bigger than finally hearing about the end of the NFL lockout -- we're ready for some football. Note: There's no .ogg version this week, you can blame OS X Lion for that temporary inconvenience.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
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00:11:17 - Samsung studies 3D viewing discomfort, finds out bloggers don't read
00:23:04 - TiVo Premiere 14.8b patch stops (apparently glitchy) Premiere-to-Premiere streaming
00:33:30 - LG promises 55-inch OLED TV in 2012, just in time for the next b'ak'tun
00:34:34 - 20th Century Fox to offer digital downloads for Android devices, Blu-ray purchase required
00:39:29 - DirecTV's latest HD add is Telefutura in Miami, but who needs more channels anyway?
00:47:38 - Netflix rises to 25 million subscribers in Q2, thinks DVD business has already peaked
00:53:28 - Netflix app on Android updated to work on 24 models including Galaxy S, Droid 3
01:01:28 - Roku 2 HD, XD, and XS officially launch: same price, smaller size and Angry Birds
01:08:16 - Voomote One turns your iPhone into a well organized universal remote
01:11:16 - Must See HDTV (July 25th - 31st)
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