Engadget HD Podcast 384 - 2.5.14

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Engadget HD Podcast 384 - 2.5.14

While the Northeast is suffering through some heavy weather, Ben is getting ready to enjoy Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 on Blu-ray, from a significantly sunnier locale. Regardless of your local forecast though, there's definitely a deluge of HD news and content to catch up on. After all, the recent Superbowl pulled in a live streaming record and was a testbed for NFL content services, which didn't necessarily make the grade for cord-cutting football fans. There's plenty in store this week, so don't miss out. Just head on down to the streaming links below for this week's episode of the Engadget HD Podcast.

Hosts: Richard Lawler, Ben Drawbaugh

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

08:36 - Super Bowl 2014 ad roundup: '80s stars raid a RadioShack, bears dance with Ellen and more
16:18 - The NFL's new digital network is a step forward, but still not what cord-cutters want
22:49 - Google finally opens Chromecast SDK, invites developers to get hackin'
25:30 - AllCast Android media streamer and Chromecast are friends again now that the SDK is here
29:12 - Chromecast, Google Play, Nexus 5 and Google Wallet had a very good 2013
32:55 - Aereo stops taking new customers in New York
35:40 - Two years later, DirecTV customers can finally use Roku players to watch HBO Go
37:57 - Amazon may raise Prime subscription pricing in the US
41:23 - Japanese companies testing 360-degree VR broadcasts for live events
46:00 - Netflix passes bill for the third season of House of Cards
50:18 - Must See HDTV for the week of February 3rd: Walking Dead and Winter Olympics

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Connect with the hosts on Twitter: @Rjcc, @bjdraw

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