Despite the flood of phone and tablet news coming in from Mobile World Congress we have found a few HD related tidbits for this week’s podcast. Thanks to Comcast, TiVo and Moxi there’s plenty going on in streaming and DVR news, while Google Fiber is preparing its entry in Kansas City. Netflix fans should definitely pay attention, as there’s only a few hours left until Starz Play titles are gone for good. We’ve also got a review of the Hauppauge Broadway, listen in to see how it compares to the SlingBox competition.
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Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:17:44 – Comcast to launch Xfinity Streampix streaming video service, challenge Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon
00:24:01 – Starz Play movies disappear from Netflix streaming this week
00:25:36 – Samsung Galaxy Beam hands-on at MWC 2012
00:28:52 – Lumigon’s T2 smartphone wants to control your TV, obey your commands
00:30:00 – Lumigon T2 hands-on at MWC 2012 (video)
00:31:40 – Google, Microsoft and Netflix want DRM-like encryption in HTML5
00:34:35 – Hauppauge Broadway review
00:39:15 – TiVo releases Q4 results, announces transcoder and IP set-top box on the way
00:46:35 – TiVo software coming to Pace set-top boxes
00:53:41 – Moxi whole-home six tuner DVR on its way to WOW! customers
00:56:44 – Google Fiber just got better? Big G asks for permission to provide video service to Kansas City
01:09:08 – Must See HDTV (February 27th – March 4th)
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