Game of Thrones will be returning on April 6, and it’s apparently doing quite well with binge watchers. This makes sense because it’s one of those shows that pick up extra ratings when people watch it later on TiVo.
The post-PC era can also be called the post-TV era, even though TVs are still pretty cool when they are over 60 inches and LED and wall-mounted and attached to a Surround Sound speaker system. Whatever post-thingy era it is, TiVo and it's overpriced hard drive boxes are an anachronism.
It's 16 years old, showing its age, and facing competition from the cloud. The cloud! Television ain't what it used to be.
TiVo has rolled out an impressively small Mini set-top box.
Shakespeare once asked what’s in a name, and while a name shouldn’t matter if an innovation is great, having a cool moniker certainly doesn’t hurt.
I've always thought one of the most important innovations in all of the modern tech world is the DVR.
Tivo, the DVR company that refuses to die, is apparently unleashing another model.
Yep, Tivo is still around, folks.
AT&T has agreed to pay Tivo a whopping sum of $215 million, at a time when it also has to clear up money to pay T-Mobile.
Yes, that little DVR company called Tivo is still around and kicking, and just announced a new version of its easily recognizable set-top box.
Best Buy's low-end Insignia TVs just got a Tivo makeover.
As Tivo continues its climb to remain relevant in a world highly dominated by cable company DVRs, the company has just released a new iPad-specific app to be the perfect companion to anyone with a Tivo box.
Hulu's premium subscription service, Hulu Plus, is to be made available on Roku and TiVo Premiere devices later this year.
Netgear has debuted its ReadyNAS Ultra lineup of 2-Bay, 4-Bay and 6-Bay network storage systems for hardcore digital enthusiasts.
Just like the fat kid at school who used to be skinny and popular, Tivo is trying to remind people that it's still cool, by launching a new Web content interface.
You can just picture it, can't you? Best Buy executives saying "let's build a TV with a Tivo interface, but strip away everything that most people associate with Tivo." Makes sense, doesn't it?
Sony is planning to unveil a new lineup of home entertainment devices that will be powered by Intel processors and Google-coded software.
Google has reportedly acquired an engimatic San Jose-based startup staffed by former Apple and P.A. Semi employees.
Two new Tivo models have shown up in Best Buy's inventory system, showing specs for one model that appear to indicate it will have a whopping one terabyte hard drive. The Premiere HD and Premiere XL HD Tivo set-tops will come out next month.