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Engadget HD Podcast 334 - 01.28.2013

Joe Pollicino

Did you miss us? Richard and Ben needed a second dose of recovery time after all the madness from our post-CES podcast, but now we're back to normalcy. This week, we do our best to keep the earnings numbers to a minimum and, instead, focus on topics like the amazing CGI effects from Jurassic Park and Ben's fascination with the moon landing conspiracy debunks. Oh, yeah, and the notable HD news from the past week. All that and maybe more, so get to listening down below.

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

Producer: Joe Pollicino (@akaTRENT)

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00:16:11 - Japan plans to broadcast 2014 World Cup in 4K / ITU approves the H.265 video format
00:27:53 - LG has found 300 homes for its $20K, 84-inch, 4K TV in Korea so far
00:28:59 - Apple TV software update brings Bluetooth keyboard support, music from iTunes in the Cloud
00:33:08 - HDHomeRun Prime beta update for DLNA streaming is live
00:38:37 - 'User friendly' XBMC for Android build rolls out for set-top boxes and mobile devices
00:46:28 - Sony Entertainment Network web store now live in North America and Brazil
00:49:43 - Netflix and YouTube's DIAL promises to be open alternative to AirPlay
00:52:48 - Netflix streaming most dominant on HDTVs, more than double PC and tablets
00:56:25 - Netflix Q4 earnings show 2 million new customers streaming in the US, 6 million total internationally
01:03:37 - Samsung reports $8.27 billion in profits for Q4 2012
01:03:56 - AT&T lost $3.9 billion in Q4 2012, earned $7.3 billion profit for the year
01:04:08 - Verizon adds 'record-high' 2.1 million subscribers in Q4 2012, but still makes a loss 01:04:28 - Logitech Q3 earnings reveal plans to sell off Harmony remote, video security divisions
01:14:05 - Jurassic Park 3D Blu-ray comes home April 23rd after its one-week theatrical return 01:21:10 - Lucasfilm postpones Star Wars Episode II and III 3D, focusing on Abrams-directed Episode VII 01:30:01 - Must See HDTV (January 28th - February 3rd)

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