Engadget HD Podcast 377 - 12.3.13

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Engadget HD Podcast 377 - 12.3.13

It's been a relatively slow week for news due to the holiday, but there's still plenty for your hosts Ben Drawbaugh and Richard Lawler to chat about. While Sony is bragging about it's November PS4 sales, Microsoft is keeping quiet and dealing with a few compatibility issues on the UK front. Looking forward to the next round of holidays, Ben is predicting a rush on the affordable Chromecast device and Netflix is offering up a new animated series to bulk up its Christmas programming -- which it's definitely lacking. There's still plenty of football going on -- both real and imaginary -- and Richard takes a moment to lament both his fantasy picks and Michigan's ability on the field. All this and more is waiting for you at the streaming links below, so head on down for another edition of the Engadget HD Podcast.

Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

05:57 - Xbox One's 500GB HDD swapped for bigger, faster drives, and tested for performance
12:29 - Microsoft's Xbox Video website is now live, though it doesn't stream in HD
14:49 - Xbox One owners report compatibility problems with UK TV providers
16:57 - Sony says it sold 2.1 million PS4s in November
19:56 - Google Play Store now highlights Chromecast-friendly Android apps
23:34 - AllCast for Android pushes media to Apple TV and Roku, available for willing beta testers
26:19 - Netflix's first original animated series to premiere on Christmas Eve
30:54 - Verizon's Redbox Instant now supports AirPlay streaming
32:13 - Showtime Anytime is finally available for Time Warner Cable customers
35:10 - Must See HDTV (December 2nd - 8th)

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