This is the week of Google I/O and we're kicking the show off with a look at the new Sony NSZ-GS7 set-top box. We've also got some bad news for Windows Media Center fans, good news for Super Hi-Vision, and promised for the future of displays from laser projectors and OLED. Finally, we'll find out who has never watched Friends, why we should be excited for the new Hitchcock Blu-ray releases and what to watch this week.
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00:17:07 - Google TV goes international, Sony NSZ-GS7 set-top box up for preorder in the US and UK
00:26:38 - DirecTV quietly shifts n3D channel from 24/7 to part-time broadcasts
00:29:13 - Sony, Panasonic OLED partnership is official, aims for mass production in 2013
00:31:39 - UK 2012 Olympics Super Hi-Vision tickets are available, grab a seat for some Ultra HDTV
00:32:50 - Two more nails in the coffin for Media Center, start-up options and tuner certification
00:39:18 - LG and Philips / TP Vision announce Smart TV Alliance for cross platform TV apps
00:41:27 - Sony, Sumitomo push laser projectors forward with a new, more powerful green laser diode
00:43:01 - Hulu Plus Android app tweaked for 7-inch, high res screens, officially supports more devices
00:44:00 - TiVo releases Android app, countless tablets to be lost under couch cushions
00:45:17 - Cartoon Network's iPhone and iPad app adds a live TV feed, for authenticated customers
00:49:53 - Sonos Sub review
00:52:02 - Friends: The Complete Series Blu-ray set arrives November 13th for just under three bill
00:54:56 - Hitchcock classics Dial M for Murder (3D) and Strangers on a Train come to Blu-ray October 9th
00:57:10 - Must See HDTV (June 25th - July 1st)