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Engadget HD Podcast 380 - CES Special #2 - 1.10.14

Jon Turi, @jonturi
It's time for a rundown of all the best in HD news from CES this week and it's a heckuva long list. Ben Drawbaugh joins Richard Lawler to hash it out and discuss whether 4K has matured enough to settle in for the long haul. LG, Sony, Samsung and surprisingly Vizio were among the key players this past week, providing massive screen sizes, amped-up projectors and even exhuming an old software platform for the 2014 market. Head on down to the streaming links below for all the info in this week's second installment of the HD Podcast, CES edition.

Hosts: Richard Lawler, Ben Drawbaugh

Producer: Jon Turi

Hear the podcast:

00:02:21 - TiVo prototype DVR recordings stay in the cloud, watch them anywhere on any screen
00:05:48 - Roku renews bid for the living room with streaming-ready Roku TVs
00:07:33 - RCA will launch budget Android Ultra HD TVs, Roku Ready 1080p versions and even curved LCDs
00:09:45 - Dish launches a wireless set-top box and one that can record eight shows at once
00:11:35 - Dish's 'Virtual Joey' is a streaming app for smart TVs that takes the place of a set-top box (video)
00:17:20 - This is what Netflix's 4K streaming looks like
00:26:06 - Dolby Vision imaging finally comes home this fall with Netflix and Xbox Video as partners
00:30:39 - Sony's launching a new cloud-based TV-streaming service in the US this year
00:41:03 - Sony's Life Space UX demo envisions projectors, screens everywhere
00:41:13 - Sony's new Bravia HDTVs get a wedge-shaped redesign
00:44:31 - Sony's Life Space UX demo envisions projectors, screens everywhere
00:47:03 - Sony's $30k+ Life Space UX projector all-in-one puts a 147-inch 4K screen on any wall
00:51:05 - Hands-on with LG's smart TV running webOS
00:54:49 - LG teases webOS for most of its smart TVs, Life Band Touch with Android, iOS sync
00:55:25 - LG sneaks a new version of its 'Laser TV' projector into CES 2014
00:57:23 - LG spills price, release details on its Ultra HD, OLED (flat or curved) and webOS TVs
01:03:15 - Samsung's 105-inch curved UHD TV and 85-inch bendable screen hit retail this year
01:03:34 - Samsung's 98-inch 8K TV lets us go to the mall without leaving CES
01:04:26 - Samsung's Ultra HD TVs will stream 4K video from Amazon, Comcast, DirecTV, Netflix and more
01:09:45 - Sharp Aquos lineup for 2014 bears 1080p and 4K TVs, a revamped SmartCentral platform and the new Quattron+ Series
01:16:21 - Vizio's HDTV plans for 2014 focus on Ultra HD, in sizes going all the way up to 120 inches
01:20:26 - Xbox One sales in 2013 top 3 million units across 13 territories
01:22:55 - PlayStation Now streams PlayStation games to PS4, Vita, PS3, tablets and smartphones
01:25:03 - GoPro to launch extreme sports channel on Xbox One and 360
01:26:17 - Tablo streaming DVR now available for pre-order, ships in February for $219
01:27:10 - Oculus Rift's latest prototype features positional tracking, an OLED screen and kills motion blur (hands-on)

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