TiVo's most powerful DVR to date, the Roamio can record up to six things at once, extend to other rooms of your house, and even stream to your iOS devices. But these things don't come cheap.
If you're willing to pay the premium price, TiVo's do-it-all Roamio is the best cable DVR yet and an able whole-home TV solution.
The new DVR will be able to run HTML-based TV apps using Opera's browser engine and using its programming tools and app store.
Software update means users with a Roamio DVR can stream or download their saved content to an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
The V@Home DVR enables users to stream cable and satellite TV on their Wi-Fi connected mobile devices.
With the launch of its all-new Roamio line of DVRs today, TiVo said owners of existing Premiere (Series 4) DVRs would also see some improvements, but it didn't specify much beyond that.
Sony sets a date for its new system, TiVo unveils the Roamio, and Google Maps adds Waze traffic reports.
The company says its technology is only in prototype phase and will be offered to television providers.
DVR maker has laid off "most" of its hardware engineers, according to Wired, but a spokesperson denies that the company is getting out of the hardware business.
The business social network launches an e-mail tool called "Intro," Vine now lets users edit 6-second videos, and TiVo offers mobile streaming to iOS devices.