A new report says Apple's trying to woo cable companies on ad-skipping technology for TV programs.
Bloomberg reports the company will introduce a device this fall that's dedicated to streaming Internet-based video to TVs.
Satellite provider's chief points out that the company bought technology similar to Dish's five years ago but says it hasn't seen a demand for it yet.
That's an awesome price on what is arguably the world's best DVR. Alas, you still have to pay for service.
In a wide-ranging chat at D8, Apple's CEO tells why PCs are like trucks, shares a secret of the iPad's birth, and says the story of a missing iPhone would make a great movie.
Coming up on CNET Conversations, Molly Wood will sit down with TiVo's CEO to talk about the future of the company, the future of the TiVo box, and the future of TV. Post your questions here!
There's an Internet petition to help save Aaron's grandpa's 150-year-old house. Plus, we recommend not driving into swamps.
ReplayTV ditches the set-top box
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