The TiVo Bolt makes a strong claim to the throne as king of DVRs and streaming media, but those pesky TiVo service fees keep it short of perfection.
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Whether you're a cable cutter or you just want to ditch your cable provider's DVR, TiVo's latest box has something for you. Its handy new features make watching your favorite shows -- whatever the source -- more enjoyable.
TiVo hopes you'll pay more for TV with its time-saving tricks. Also, Tesla Model X spreads its wings, and Samsung's Gear S2 smartwatch hits stores Friday.
That's for a refurbished Roamio, but it's still by far the best TiVo deal, well, ever.
TiVo is again offering reduced pricing on its Roamio OTA but it's uncertain how long the $399 price will last.
TiVo has announced "limited-time" pricing for the Roamio OTA DVR of $300 with no monthly service fee. It's a great deal for cord-cutters as long as it lasts.
Spring brings new home theater gear and there's a lot of good stuff coming up, especially for cord cutters.
The free service allows anyone to track down shows and movies available from video-streaming services and broadcast TV, while subscribers can do much more.
Tablo's new $249 Metro DVR has onboard antennas -- and the company also debuted an improved app for Roku.
The DVR stalwart will rename one of its most iconic features to reflect an upgrade that integrates streaming and broadcast sources into the My Shows menu.