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TiVo loses support for Blockbuster On Demand

TiVo loses support for Blockbuster On Demand

We have some bad news for TiVo owners who enjoy streaming video from Blockbuster On Demand. Blockbuster has announced that it will stop supporting TiVo DVR's on March 31, 2012. You can read the official TiVo statement at the bottom of this post, but in a nutshell, Blockbuster claims it's updating its technology platform and won't be able to support TiVo in the future.

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Why I Don’t Want to Imagine A World Without A DVR

Why I Don’t Want to Imagine A World Without A DVR

Over the past several weeks, I haven’t had much time to sit in front of my television when my favorite shows come on. I’ve either been out of the house, working, or doing something that wouldn’t allow me to watch anything live.

Luckily, though, I accessed my favorite shows on my DVR and TiVo. Whenever I had a chance to check out an episode, I did. And when I realized that what I was watching was really not worth it, I deleted it and moved on. Best of all, I didn’t have to watch a single commercial.

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TiVo Premiere software update live for all

TiVo Premiere software update live for all

Those of you out there in the TiVo universe can now grab an update that'll bring you some TiVo Premiere DVR advanced action, it's newest software update now beyond the beta stage and headed out to all peoples across the nation. This update will allow you DVR users to get a guide in "true" HD, first of all, then will also give you a brand new pop-up mini-guide, and much, much more! Joy for all, you'll have the best directions ever!

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TiVo reveals DVR viewership surpasses live TV

TiVo reveals DVR viewership surpasses live TV

TiVo has released its latest audience research, revealing that viewership of recorded TV programs and internet-delivered content has surpassed live TV viewership. With all the new options of on-demand video content and services that let you watch what you want when you want, it's not too surprising.

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Tivo collects $215 million patent settlement from AT&T

Tivo collects $215 million patent settlement from AT&T

TiVo is on track to collect $215 million over the next seven years from AT&T, with an initial payment of $51 million, thanks to a two-year long settlement over a DVR lawsuit. TiVo had started suing AT&T in mid-2009, claiming that the telecom’s DVR was in violation of some of TiVo’s patents. Furthermore, according to a press release issued by TiVo, AT&T could possibly be forced to cough up even more if its number of DVR subscribers went above a particular threshold of users.

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DirecTV to bring back TiVo DVRs on December 8

DirecTV to bring back TiVo DVRs on December 8

The long delayed DirecTV TiVo DVR may finally be arriving as soon as this week. Following DirecTV and TiVo's reconciliation in 2008, talks began of TiVo returning to DirecTV's set-top box in 2009, but that has yet to materialize until now. According to a forum post by a member that appears to be an employee or otherwise associated with DirecTV, the new TiVo-toting DVR is set to arrive on December 8. It will initially be released only in select markets.

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TiVo Premiere Elite set-top box now available

TiVo Premiere Elite set-top box now available

This week the fine folks at TiVo have today announced availability of their new TiVo Premiere Elite set-top box. This box will be the company's first and only retail DVR with a full four tuners allowing users to record four channels at once, all while viewing a fifth recorded program. Never ever miss any TV show again, ever! You'll also have a gigantic 2-terabyte hard drive, this allowing you to record "up to 200 hours" of HD programming, two times the recording space that any other current comparable solution offers.

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Analysts flock to advise Apple: Tarry on iPad 3 and buy TiVo

Analysts flock to advise Apple: Tarry on iPad 3 and buy TiVo

A change of CEO has apparently invited a flurry of advice aimed at Apple, suggesting new chief Tim Cook should buy TiVo, create multiple iPhone sizes and be in "no rush" to launch the iPad 3. Although Steve Jobs' replacement hasn't actually asked for suggestions for Apple's strategy, that hasn't stopped J.P. Morgan analysts from pointing out that the Cupertino company can afford to take its time with the third-gen iPad, Benzinga reports, since rivals are still struggling to compete.

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