Dish is the first major US pay-TV company letting customers search and play anything from YouTube on its set-top box, the souped-up DVR Hopper 3.
Fetch TV's brand new PVR-slash-IPTV box is big step up from the Gen 2 -- and all for the same price.
DVR maker TiVo will be acquired by entertainment data company Rovi in a cash and stock deal later this year, with the new company being called TiVo.
Magnavox has announced three new cord-cutting OTA DVRs which feature free online program data, a slick interface and large capacity drives.
Magnavox is offering three new versions of its over-the-air DVRs in 2016 -- and cord-cutters have a lot to look forward to.
At its press conference, Dish unveiled the next generation of its Hopper DVR and a portable drive for wireless streaming, while Sling showed its forthcoming simplified interface and new features.
We discuss Sky's fancy new premium TV service Sky Q, wish Windows a happy 30th birthday and debate whether the UK is sick of Black Friday riots.
IceTV, the online program guide and hardware supplier, has gone into voluntary administration leaving the fate of those customers still awaiting delivery of its Skippa PVR up in the air.
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.
Foxtel's iQ3 blends on-demand features with traditional programming to great effect, but the interface could be improved.
SiliconDust has announced the latest software for its HD HomeRun DVR, via Kickstarter, which will enable users to record over-the-air TV to a network attached storage device instead of a PC.