The new iPad and Apple TV are not only finally official, they’re also both full HD-ready for the first time. As such, they’re leading off this week’s (slightly late-arriving, hopefully that hasn’t completely ruined your scheduled listening plans) podcast, while we round out our Apple coverage with a look at the new iCloud-enabled wrinkle applied to the iTunes Digital Copy feature. Samsung and Panasonic are rolling out their newest HDTVs, Blu-ray players and audio systems, while Plex and MythTV continue to push new versions of their media player software. Of course, we’re still not sure what the future could hold for Netflix and Big Cable, or Google’s plans for Motorola’s cable box business, but we’ll consider the possibilities and much more in this week’s podcast.
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00:08:30 – The new iPad is official, with Retina display
00:15:45 – Super High Aperture: it’s why the new iPad’s Retina display is so dense
00:17:55 – Apple reveals 1080p Apple TV: $99, arrives March 16th
00:25:00 – Netflix on new Apple TV supports 1080p, all boxes get integrated signup and pay via iTunes
00:29:00 – Apple TV update takes Digital Copy to the iCloud
00:37:50 – Fox and Universal titles blocked from Apple TV’s iCloud, HBO is the culprit
00:48:19 – NCAA March Madness Live app comes to iOS, Android by tourney tip-off
00:53:15 – Panasonic details US availability for 25 of its 2012 HDTVs
00:57:34 – Panasonic prices 2012 Blu-ray lineup, high-end units due in May
00:59:00 – Samsung details pricing and availability for its 2012 Smart TV lineup
01:00:17 – Samsung unleashes Smart Touch Remote and Wireless Keyboard
01:06:10 – MythTV turns 0.25, is actually ten in human years
01:08:03 – Netflix is in talks to partner with cable providers for bundles
01:17:30 – Google Play replaces Android Market, new source for apps, books, movies and music
01:19:27 – Plex Media Server upgraded, Google TV app gets a reboot
01:23:11 – Google reportedly considering sell-off of Motorola’s set-top box business
01:28:26 – Must See HDTV (March 12th – 18th)