We weren't expecting to see the Wii U take the top slot in this week's podcast, but we also weren't expecting the Cardinals to take out the Patriots. We'll get to the bottom of Nintendo's TVii all the same, as well as the latest news from Google Fiber, Ceton and a slew of freshly updated apps. Finally, we'll dive into the first wave of new TV arrivals for the fall, and a few high profile Blu-ray releases for this week.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
14:50 - Nintendo unveils 'Nintendo TVii' for Wii U
18:00 - Here's the company behind Nintendo TVii
20:00 - Nintendo TVii supported by 'all' major US and Canadian cable companies, dish services
21:44 - Google Fiber announces 180 qualified fiberhoods, sets approximate rollout schedule
23:30 - Google Fiber announces qualified areas tomorrow, snags ABC channels including ESPN, Disney
27:26 - Ceton Echo WMC extender beta units set to ship in October, on target for November release
32:31 - Hulu's PlayStation 3 app upgraded, is the first for the living room to deliver the 'new experience'
33:45 - Hulu Plus, HBO Go and Max Go apps for iOS updated with support for closed captions
34:04 - Cox TV Connect for iPad gets remote DVR scheduling, access to the guide at home or away
35:48 - Shazam now rides shotgun with any TV show in the US, gets cozier with Facebook
39:38 - Steam Big Picture beta hands-on
42:54 - Sony reveals HMZ-T2 head-mounted display pricing, launch date and features in Japan
44:32 - Sharp further cuts bonuses and salaries to stay above water, save $180 million
45:51 - Must See HDTV (September 17th - 23rd)