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Displaying items by tag: TiVo

Thursday, 20 August 2009 06:22

Synnex expands HQ

IT distributor Synnex has announced that work is about to begin on a major expansion of its Melbourne headquarters.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 14:49

TiVo selects RightNow for CRM

TiVo has selected RightNow’s on-demand customer relationship management solution for managing subscribers to its digital video recording service.

Published in Deals
Telstra's New Zealand telco subsidiary, TelstraClear, is planning to offer a custom-developed digital video set top box/ personal video recorder to its cable TV customers.

Wednesday, 03 June 2009 06:52

Benjamin Button hits TiVo

TiVo owners will be able to watch on demand The Curious Case of Benjamin Button on the day of its release on DVD.
Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 12 May 2009 11:16

Unmetered TiVo downloads extend to iPrimus

The announcement that iPrimus will provide unmetered downloads for TiVo users comes as no surprise.

Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 30 April 2009 06:12

Action! TiVo movie downloads shift up a gear

The TiVo/Blockbuster movie download service has moved into full production with a catalogue of more than 100 titles.

Monday, 27 April 2009 08:58

Initial Freeview logo licensees named

The first list has been released naming vendors whose digital TV gear will carry the Freeview logo. But will that logo be something that buyers actually want to see?

Hybrid Television Services, the exclusive licensee of TiVo products in Australia and New Zealand, has made a clean sweep and appointed three new general managers to look after sales and marketing, content and services development and the launch of TiVo in New Zealand.
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 15:30

Internode adding staff to meet strong growth

Broadband provider, Internode, is out in the market looking to employ new staff as it continues to record strong growth despite what it says are slowing growth rates n a maturing broadband market.
Published in Market

TiVo, the creator of television services and advertising solutions for digital video recorders, is to launch its TiVo service in New Zealand later this year.

Published in Deals
Metered downloads are a pain for media junkies wanting to get their fix online. Internode is excluding TiVo downloads from the monthly quota.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 03 December 2008 16:52

TiVo Gets the Hots for Dots

Domino’s Pizza will now come with a remote control – your brand-new TiVo box.  Early in 2009, you will be able to order a Domino’s Pizza delivered right to your door.  All you need do now is give the delivery guy your front-door key and you’ll never leave the sofa again.
Published in Market
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Thursday, 06 November 2008 16:40

TiVo is hanging out with the Joneses

After its mid-year launch and close association with a variety of Australian consumer electronic stores, TiVo is about to be taken seriously.  Or so it hopes.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 05:33

Engin to launch ADSL2+ in October

VoIP provider Engin (ASX: ENG) - which has struggled since its grand plan to become a leading triple play operator reselling the TiVo for its major shareholder, Seven Network, came unstuck - has moved to get that strategy partly back on track announcing that it wil launch its ADSL2+ service next month.

Published in Strategy
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Got an IceTV subscription and a compatible PVR, Windows Media Center PC or IceTV on your Mac? Sure, IceTV has allowed mobile phone users to browser to its “remoterecord” website to do the same thing, but why not create a dedicated iPhone app – and a Facebook app to come soon, too?

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 29 July 2008 04:13

Australian TiVo online scheduling delayed

TiVo officially hits the Australian shelves today without online scheduling, but my list of frustrations goes on.
Published in Seeking Nerdvana
Frustrated Australian PVR owners are lobbying the government regulator to force the networks to provide a true Electronic Program Guide (EPG) for everyone.
Published in Strategy
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I'm convinced the digerati is out of touch with the man on the street, after last week's iPhone and TiVo debates.

Published in Market
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A news article in the Courier Mail looks like it’s promoting the virtues of the Foxtel box over the Seven Network’s TiVo personal video recorder, although with News Ltd a part owner of Foxtel perhaps this is to be expected?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 01 July 2008 22:00

Seven gives Foxtel the heave-ho with TiVo

With seven out of ten Australians choosing free-to-air TV over the Foxtel $100 per month pay TV option, and with most major TV shows millions watch still shown on free-to-air TV, the TiVo proposition with no subscription fees could well be the gold medal winner in the PVR stakes.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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