This week there are shockingly no Netflix topics on the list but what we do have to talk about is a new Best Buy TV with TiVo "Design", an update for the Apple TV and the latest in dead/not dead rumor mongering about Windows Media Center. Of course the business of TV comes into play as well, as we take a look at the latest developments with AllVid and CableCARD, the popularity of streaming vs. DVRs, Logitech's poor first quarter and AT&T's decision to drop ESPN 3D. Finally we've got a couple new ways for you to watch Engadget videos on your TV and our picks of what to watch this week.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
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00:08:20 - Best Buy launches Insignia connected TVs with DVR-less TiVo
00:19:05 - Apple TV streams purchased TV shows
00:28:10 - Microsoft's new Xbox 360 Media Remote is missing the Media Center buttons
00:36:36 - Is Windows Media Center not dead after all?
00:43:33 - AllVid still seems like a dream, but new CableCARD rules go into effect soon
00:49:15 - Six tuner HDHomeRun Prime CableCARD tuner ships tomorrow
00:52:55 - Over the top video already more popular than DVRs
00:56:40 - Fox restricts online streams of new TV shows to 'authenticated' pay TV subscribers
00:59:00 - Logitech CEO steps down after money losing Q1, Revue price slashed to $99
01:05:13 - Engadget comes to your TV on Boxee, Roku, Yahoo and DivX starting today
01:07:00 - AT&T abruptly drops ESPN 3D from U-verse
01:09:18 - Must See HDTV (August 1st - 7th)
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