Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Engadget HD Podcast 270 - 10.18.2011

Even though it's been a week that's all about cellphones, there's still plenty of HD news to decipher, from last week's comments to our review of the Logitech Harmony Link. If you know us, you know Harmony = rant, but you'll probably want to tune in just to see where Logitech's latest effort to connect all our devices simply succeeds, and where it failed, failed and failed again. Apple, Intel, Boxee, Google, Roku, Slingbox and Crestron are all other names coming at the connected living room from a different angle and unsurprisingly, they're all here. Give a listen to find out what they're up to, plus our picks of what to watch on your HDTV this week.

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

Producer: Trent Wolbe

21:30 - Logitech Harmony Link review
30:00 - Crestron debuts free, paid mobile apps for Android devices
37:00 - Photo Stream, NHL, AirPlay mirroring and more added to Apple TV with software update
44:15 - Apple reportedly trying to add movie streaming to its iCloud
48:19 - Hulu owners 'terminate sale process', won't sell to anyone
49:35 - Boxee Box adds music streaming from Spotify, just press play
51:17 - Google TV 2.0: app developers get final add-on for Android SDK
55:19 - Intel may be giving up on smart TVs, ceding market to ARM
56:35 - Roku announces $50 LT model, will add HBO Go streaming to all of its boxes this month
01:00:17 - SlingPlayer app now available for Honeycomb tablets, priced at $30
01:01:23 - Transformers Blu-ray 3D release coming to Japan in January, still no release date for US
01:02:30 - Must See HDTV (October 17th - 23rd)

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