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Digeo unveils Moxi Mate multiroom DVR extender, software updates

The TiVo competitor gets a multiroom option, along with some other minor software upgrades.

By August 4, 2009


Paul Allen sues Apple, Google over patents

Four patents held by a research organization Allen ran are being cited against 10 prominent companies, including Yahoo, eBay, and Staples.

By August 27, 2010


Digeo Moxi

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.

May 22, 2008


Moxi cuts price on its DVR, adds step-up model with a triple tuner

Moxi lowers the price of its CableCard HD DVR and introduces a new model that can record three shows simultaneously.

By November 9, 2009


Netflix-compatible video devices compared

More than a dozen home AV products can now stream Netflix online content, which gives subscribers unlimited access to more than 12,000 movies and TV shows for as little as $9 per month.

By November 4, 2009


Building the perfect set-top box

The complex set-top box market is filled with several devices that don't quite appeal to every consumer's desires. What would the perfect one feature?

By August 13, 2009


Moxi DVR adds network media streaming, Rhapsody

A software update to Digeo's Moxi DVR adds a variety of network media features.

By April 9, 2009


How much would you pay for a DVR?

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?

By February 3, 2009


Moxi DVR back from the dead

A reconfigured version of the Digeo Moxi DVR makes an appearance online.

By December 12, 2008


Buzz Out Loud 872: Butt-squeezing death trap

It's a racy Buzz Out Loud as Natali Del Conte and Molly Wood double-team Jason Howell. Yes, by the way, that was the most blatant click-bait I've ever written. We discuss who's the bigger liar: Google or the 'Wall Street Journal.'

By December 15, 2008