TQ Top Tech: September 30th Edition

Of course TQcast loves gaming but don’t forget we love the latest gadgets and technology too. After all, TQ does stand for Techquila! So without further ado, here’s a list of the most interesting tech stories from the past week that we read:

Studios Testing $20 to $30 Home Rentals Before DVD Release (Hacking Netflix)

Ask Engadget: what’s the ultimate network media streamer? (Engadget)

Google aggregates its ‘official’ Android devices in a sleek re-design (Android Central)

PlayStation Move – 300,000 Units Sold in First Ten Days (gamrFeed)

Logitech’s new Xbox/PS3 headset helps you keep quiet (joystiq)

Wii Remote Plus Is Official, Combines Peripheral With Controller (Kotaku)

Ecosquid Is Like Expedia For Gadget Selling, Recycling (Gizmodo)

Sony’s Google TV product slated for October 12 NYC unveiling (CNET)

Hulu Plus Storms Onto Roku and Tivo Premiere (Gizmodo)

PSP2 Dev Kits Coming To a Developer Near You (PlayStation Lifetsyle)

Editorial: Copy ‘protection’ only hurts people who actually buy your product (Engadget)

Netflix and NBC Universal Announce Agreement to Stream Cable and Broadcast TV (Netflix)