A year after its debut, Google TV is finally getting a fresh UI, its first taste of Market apps, and all-new Honeycomb underpinnings, so naturally that gets most of our attention this week. Of course, it seems like everyone is doing what they can to shake up the TV industry, putting Sony, Roku, Plex, Microsoft, DirecTV, and Redbox in the news as well. http://www.engadget.com/podcasts/EngadgetHD_Podcast_272.mp3 Continue reading here: Engadget HD Podcast 272 - 11.01.2011

Comcast readies Xfinity Watchathon Week for March 25th, will give customers all-access to premium TV series - published on: Technology Companies List

Well, well, it looks as if Comcast has planned something relatively major for Xfinity TV subscribers. The company just announced that from March 25th through March 31st, it’s set to give customers an all-access viewing ticket to a plethora of TV series from various networks, which will also include on-demand content for those with the proper All Video On Demand credentials. Thanks to the Xfinity Watchathon Week, as it’s formally known, folks with an Xfinity TV account can have the chance to …

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Comcast readies Xfinity Watchathon Week for March 25th, will give customers all-access to premium TV series

Must See HDTV (February 18th - 24th) - published on: Technology Companies List

After its run on the internet and then cable TV, Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome is coming to Blu-ray, along with the second season of Game of Thrones and Monsters Inc. Sports fans have NASCAR racing to (try to) replace football, while movie buffs can keep an eye out for the Academy Awards on Sunday. Look below for the highlights this week, followed after…

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QNAP adds NAS lines with XBMC support, skips the home theater middleman - published on: Technology Companies List

High-rolling (or just highly nerdy) home theater PC setups often have network-attached storage to hold the reams of video that invariably won’t fit on the PC itself. QNAP wonders why we don’t just cut to the chase — both of its TS-x69L and TS-x69 Pro entries in the Turbo NAS range support XBMC’s home theater software out of the gate, letting either NAS serve as the front-end as long as they’re hooked up through HDMI. They won’t be the most powerful when they’re powered by dual-core, 2.13…

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QNAP adds NAS lines with XBMC support, skips the home theater middleman

Netflix snags global streaming rights for The Killing season 3, after it airs in the US - published on: Technology Companies List

AMC’s detective series The Killing had an inconsistent first couple of seasons, but it is surprisingly returning for a third. Netflix may have assisted that, by sewing up exclusive rights to stream the show worldwide, with the third season coming to US and Canadian subscribers three months after its cable TV finale. The first two seasons are already on the US service and will appear in other regions over …

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LG Smart TVs Getting Live TV Streaming App From Verizon FiOS

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Engadget HD Podcast 340 - 03.12.2013 - published on: Technology Companies List

We’ve got a pair of new boxes to discuss this week, with the TiVo Mini and Roku 3 both making their debut. While we discuss what they add to the mix (and what they’re still missing), other news includes the end of Netflix’s public API program and UK pricing for LG’s first OLED HDTV. Meanwhile Google Fiber has picked up its first 3D channels and we discuss the importance of Who Framed Roger Rabbit in the history of film as a whole. Finally, we’ll remind you to check in…

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Must See HDTV (March 11th - 17th) - published on: Technology Companies List

This week is surprisingly 3D heavy, with basketball tournament action on ESPN and a pair of movies (Life of Pi and Rise of the Guardians) on Blu-ray, but a blast from the past has caught our eye. Look below for the highlights this week, followed after the break by our weekly listing of what to look out for in TV, Blu-ray and videogames. Australian Grand Prix Formula 1 is finally back, and for the first…

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Must See HDTV (March 4th - 10th) - published on: Technology Companies List

We begin this week for a vital PSA aimed at the fan of ABC’s Zero Hour — that show has been cancelled after airing just three episodes. In other news, fresh iterations of SimCity and Tomb Raider arrive this week for some old-but-new-again gaming. Look below for the highlights this week, followed after the break by our weekly listing of what to look out…

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Premier League adopts goal-line tech, puts armchair pundits in tailspin - published on: Technology Companies List

We all have that one ghost goal that stays buried in our subconscious, be it Frank Lampard in 2011, Luis Garcia in 2005 or, erm, Frank Lampard in 2010. But perhaps such tribulations will end with the news that the Premier League is following in the footsteps of FIFA to institute goal-line technology from the 2013-2014 season. A Prem spokesperson told BBC and Sky News that all 20 clubs have to have the hardware in place for the start of the season. While the governign body hasn’t revealed which two …

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