We're back with 2012's first post-football Engadget HD podcast. How will we survive in these harsh, unforgiving lands? We're not sure, but there's still plenty of news to discuss including the latest rumors from Google and Apple, and pricing info on some of 2012's most anticipated HDTVs. Not happy with your current cable company-provided DVR? Announcements from Virgin Media and Arris have some good news/ bad news for you, but for all that and the rest, just press play.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:01:42 - Virgin Media's Q4 2011 report: Brits love TiVo
00:05:23 - Arris brings Moxi HD DVR sales to an end, plans to cut off guide data after 2013
00:13:30 - AT&T U-Verse iPad app combines DVR control and companion features
00:20:17 - Roku adds BBC iPlayer channel as it starts shipping in the UK
00:21:30 - 2012 HDTV pricing leaks out for Panasonic, Sony, Sharp and Samsung
00:30:49 - Google reportedly working on wireless home entertainment system
00:34:00 - Google TV Facebook page teases new announcement (Update: It's a new YouTube app)
00:36:17 - Super Bowl internet debut breaks records, disappoints some viewers
00:43:10 - Disney considering 28-day rental window
00:53:45 - Amazon, Viacom deal brings more TV shows to Prime
00:57:54 - Globe and Mail reveals early details on Apple iTV
01:06:46 - Must See HDTV (February 13th - 19th)