Engadget HD Podcast 338 - 02.26.2013

Now that Sony has revealed the PlayStation 4 exists (but not much else -- yet) how do we feel about the future of the living room? We'll dig into that, plus some some new home theater related news from Samsung at Mobile World Congress, the return of webOS on TVs and FIFA's acceptance of modern technology and much more, so go ahead and press play.

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

Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)

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00:24:30 Sony details PlayStation 4 specs: 8-core AMD 'Jaguar' CPU, 6X Blu-ray
00:31:41 The PlayStation 4 can output in 4K, but not games
00:35:31 Samsung Video Discovery hands-on
00:37:30 Samsung HomeSync Android TV box packs 1TB HDD, dual-core CPU
00:40:45 LG acquires webOS from HP, plans to use it in smart TV platform
00:43:31 LG shows off Wireless Ultra HD video streaming from phone to TV at MWC
00:44:55 KDDI Remote TV delivers Blu-ray DVR video to PCs and smartphones
00:46:18 Ceton reveals Android, Windows Media Center integration details for its Echo
00:50:27 Sony NSZ-GS7 update brings Google TV's newer voice search and YouTube perks
00:51:56 XBMC now available for Apple TVs with software update 5.2
00:53:26 Netflix 3.0 for iOS brings the zoom icon back, adds more UI improvements
00:57:41 Nickelodeon releases Nick app for iPad
01:00:45 HBO Go for Android adds HDMI video output, at last
01:01:38 CNN finally adds live TV streaming access to its Android phone app
01:04:09 Nielsen ratings expand definition of TV households to include internet-only viewers
01:09:28 FIFA confirms goal-line tech will be used at the 2014 World Cup
00:00:00 Must See HDTV (February 25th - March 3rd)

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