We’re caught in the middle between Microsoft an Apple announcements this week, but we’ll try and make the best of it. The Windows 8 Consumer Preview has hit the streets and word is Media Center is present and accounted, so of course we have to take a look. Afterwards, we dig into the latest digital movie news and the least surprising lawsuit of the week. We’ve also got an interesting Android dongle and the much-anticipated arrival of the Indiana Jones movies on Blu-ray. Our final question this week: Is Ben the only person in America who still listens to the radio?
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00:10:15 – Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview detailed impressions
00:20:09 – HBO Go coming to Xbox 360 on April 1st
00:23:15 – WSJ: Walmart to offer in-store disc to digital UltraViolet service
00:27:12 – Fox, Warner, SanDisk and Western Digital’s Project Phenix: promotes DRM, misspelling
00:29:58 – TV stations predictably sue Aereo over antenna-to-internet streaming plans
00:37:10 – Netflix Watch Instantly’s life after Starz includes Academy Award winners, more captions
00:41:03 – Always Innovating HDMI Android dongle gets an ICS update, we swing by for a taste (video)
00:46:33 – FCC puts Dish Network’s LTE plans on hold, opts for a longer review
00:48:06 – Redbox deal with Universal keeps DVDs, Blu-rays on 28-day delay through 2014
00:53:46 – The Complete Indiana Jones Blu-ray Collection finally brings the entire set home in HD this fall
00:57:05 – Must See HDTV (March 5th – 11th)