This week's prize is an advanced all-in-one modem-router combo, the Arris-Motorola SBG6782-AC Gateway. Multitasking cable users, apply here.
The search giant will only require Arris to pay a small sum if Motorola is found to have infringed a TiVo patent on DVR technology.
The Web giant inherited the cable-box maker with its acquisition of Motorola Mobility earlier this year.
The largest cable provider in the U.S. has signed a deal to pay out $150 million for a slice of set-top box maker Arris.
Arris Group is buying the set-top box maker for $2.35 billion, relieving the Web giant of 7,000 employees and a series of patent lawsuits.
No More Woof is a wearable brainwave-reading headband for dogs that can interpret up to four neural patterns and voice them in human-speak.
The settlement heads off a patent trial scheduled for next week that TiVo expected would result in billions of dollars in damages.
The three services broke ground and helped changed the way we watch TV. At CES 2014, they showed that they're still going strong.
The company files a "motion to compel compliance with a subpoena" against Google in its ongoing case with Motorola.
Google is trying to get rid of its Motorola Home set-top box division and is even willing to offer prospective buyers financing to grease the skids for a deal, Bloomberg reports.