A deal with the Canadian communications company will enable US customers who have LTE devices to access high-speed service while in Canada.
First things first: your DirecTV TiVo is coming. TiVo's chief also talks about future cable deals, whether TiVo will just become an interface licenser, and why there's no built-in Wi-Fi on the Premiere.
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!
The mobile device comes with the same $100 price tag with select three-year plans, according to the carrier.
A week before Black Friday, clothing retailer announces deal for Apple devices. Why would T.J. Maxx pull this? The phrase "15 minutes of fame" comes to mind.
Music labels should be basking in the glow of the Grammys and recent sales increases. Instead, they're getting sued by artists and one label is accused of cashing in on a singer's death.
Canadian customers can secure either Sony Ericsson handset in preparation of their expected April 28 release.
In a sit-down with Molly Wood, TiVo's boss talks about when the DirecTV TiVo is coming (soon!), why TiVo isn't the standard offering for cable DVRs, and why the Premiere series isn't totally baked yet.
Customers will be able to pick up either device for as low as 99.99 Canadian dollars with a three-year commitment.
Canadian iPhone users on the Rogers network have another option for turn-by-turn directions with the Rogers Navigator app for iPhone.