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  • TiVo Unveils BOLT, A Modern, 4K-Ready DVR Designed For The Streaming Era

    TiVo Unveils BOLT, A Modern, 4K-Ready DVR Designed For The Streaming Era

    The BOLT is a uniquely designed, all-white player offering 4K support as well as a revamped user interface that introduces new features like the ability to skip commercial breaks on recorded content as well as the ability to speed up playback 30 percent faster while listening to pitch-corrected audio. The player also includes TiVo’s popular features like OnePass subscriptions… Read More

  • TiVo Sues Samsung For Patent Infringement

    TiVo Sues Samsung For Patent Infringement

    TiVo is preparing to launch a next-generation device reportedly called “Bolt,” which may replace the current Roamio models which have recently seen their prices slashed. But TiVo hardware sales and their accompanying subscriptions aren’t the company’s only source of revenue. TiVo announced yesterday its intentions to return to court in order to enforce its IP. This… Read More

  • TiVo Devices Now Support AirPlay For Streaming Recordings To Apple TV

    TiVo Devices Now Support AirPlay For Streaming Recordings To Apple TV

    DVR maker TiVo this morning announced, for the first time, its users will now be able to access their recorded content on their TV via Apple TV and AirPlay. Through an updated TiVo iOS application, TiVo customers can play content from TiVo Roamio or Premiere DVRs on their Apple TV using an iOS device on the same network. To do so, users enable AirPlay through the iOS control center, select… Read More

  • TiVo Now Lets Subscribers Stream Recordings And Live TV Via The Web

    TiVo Now Lets Subscribers Stream Recordings And Live TV Via The Web

    DVR maker TiVo announced today a new product called TiVo Online that will allow its subscribers to stream both their DVR recordings as well as live TV over the web. The free site also includes an online guide, show recommendations and a search feature that helps customers find what to watch. Other options will help users track favorite shows – even if they’re available on a… Read More

  • Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 5: Upgrading To The TiVo Roamio OTA DVR)

    Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 5: Upgrading To The TiVo Roamio OTA DVR)

    In late 2014, I finally took the plunge and cut the cord with cable TV, reducing my monthly bill from a big TV, phone and internet bundle to one which now only includes broadband. My “TV” subscription, meanwhile, includes just a handful of services: Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime Instant Video. That latter item is actually included with the annual subscription to Amazon… Read More

  • TiVo Receives Approval To Acquire Aereo Assets

    TiVo Receives Approval To Acquire Aereo Assets

    DVR maker TiVo announced this morning that its purchase of assets from Aereo – the innovative but ultimately doomed internet TV streaming startup – has been approved by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court. TiVO acquired the assets, including Aereo’s customer lists, names and other trademarks, for $1 million. Meanwhile, patent aggregator RPX Corp bought Aereo’s patent portfolio… Read More

  • TiVo Releases A $49.99 Over-The-Air DVR For Cord Cutters

    TiVo Releases A $49.99 Over-The-Air DVR For Cord Cutters

    Much of TiVo‘s growth in recent years has come from partnerships with cable and satellite companies, which have made its DVRs available to their subscribers. But with the release of a new, cheaper over-the-air DVR, the company is going after the cord cutter set. Read More

  • TiVo Founders Shutting Down Qplay Video Service Fewer Than 6 Months After Launch

    TiVo Founders Shutting Down Qplay Video Service Fewer Than 6 Months After Launch

    Qplay, the video streaming app and device from a couple of TiVo co-founders, is closing down next Friday. The shutdown marks a short life for the service, which launched in February this year with a $49 streaming device and expanded to the iPad just last month. Read More

  • Netflix Arrives On Cable Providers’ TiVo DVRs In The U.S. For The First Time

    Netflix Arrives On Cable Providers’ TiVo DVRs In The U.S. For The First Time

    Keep your friends, close, but your enemies closer – that might be the mantra running through the heads of cable execs at Atlantic Broadband, Grande Communications and RCN, U.S. regional cable providers who are the first such companies in the U.S. to offer Netflix access bundled with TV service. Subscribers will still have to have their own Netflix accounts, Engadget reports, but now… Read More

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