The TiVo competitor gets a multiroom option, along with some other minor software upgrades.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Digeo Moxi with Backstage Crew member Richard Gunther. With its excellent UI and added features, this digital media recorder may be a strong competitor to TiVo.
With cable customers accustomed to getting their DVRs for "free," will they pay upwards of $800 (or additional monthly fees) for off-the-shelf models from Digeo and TiVo?
A reconfigured version of the Digeo Moxi DVR makes an appearance online.
Digeo superbox to go head-to-head with TiVo in 2007?
Digeo stopped by the CNET offices to give a demo of the upcoming Moxi HD DVR, and we were mostly impressed with what we saw.
Set-top box maker taps Mike Fidler, who was senior vice president of Sony's home products division.
Cable companies will be required to give consumers the option of buying their own set-top box. Digeo hopes consumers will bite.
The software developer will become a licensee of the Digeo technology in the case.
The interactive TV services company unveils software that infuses set-top boxes with digital recording and storage features.