Engadget HD Podcast 308 - 07.17.2012

Perhaps surprisingly, there was more news to discuss last week than just the DirecTV / Viacom split and Breaking Bad season five premiere. News from Ceton about its upcoming hardware plans has us excited for the fall while XBMC is doing its part to extend the HTPC experience by supporting Android. Finally, a slick Blu-ray box set for the Marvel / Disney movies has us considering whether to push the buy button, although we can all agree that selecting "play" is the best option for you right now.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

03:01 - Ceton Echo Extender for Media Center beta to start in September
07:20 - XBMC for Android app revealed; source code available now, beta APKs soon (video)
08:30 - Nexus Q hacked to run CM9 and XBMC, inches closer to usefulness
10:20 - Aereo avoids a preliminary injunction, keeps its antenna to internet TV service on the air for now
12:03 - OnLive reaffirms support for Marvell powered ARM Google TV boxes
14:05 - CasaTunes Air bridges traditional whole-home audio with AirPlay
17:40 - Viacom channels disappear from DirecTV after the two companies can't reach a deal
20:00 - AMC to live stream Breaking Bad season premiere on its site, Dish customers rejoice
30:20 - Cablevision Optimum apps for iPad, iPhone upgraded with new UI, ratings and discovery features
34:10 - Marvel Cinematic Universe 10-disc Blu-ray box unveiled, Tesseract and all
37:45 - Must See HDTV (July 16th - 22nd)

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