After buying a TiVo HD, Don Reisinger has a rather interesting story to tell about his experience just trying to watch television.
The TiVo competitor gets a multiroom option, along with some other minor software upgrades.
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?
Sony's embrace of Tru2way may put the cable-ready technology on the map, but the ghost of the preceding--and failed--CableCard technology still looms large.
TiVo has extended its $400 lifetime subscription offer to July 2, but it's probably worth skipping the pricey plan.
A USB dongle due in 2008 should ensure the compatibility of TiVo's high-def DVRs with SDV technologies that are increasingly being deployed by cable companies.
Purchase of Broadbus will give Motorola the ability to offer video on demand for an array of delivery devices.
There are fancier digital-photo viewers out there, but the reasonably priced SDV1-R offers an appealingly refined simplicity.
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