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Thursday, 02 December 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In a recent article by Eric Hellweg in Technology Review, the topic of new legislation is in front of the current U.S. “lame duck” Congress, addressing a number of piracy and media issues that relate to how audio/video enthusiasts record and use TV. According to the article, there are a handful of bills being considered right now that aim to make recording a movie in a theater and/or distributing it via peer-to-peer networks a felony. Since most reasonable home theater enthusiasts are willing to buy a DVD of a film through legal means, this might not be a landmark piece of legislation. However, there are other bills that go much further, including one that makes it illegal to fast-forward through parts of films or even to fast-forward through commercials on your TiVo or other DVR systems.
Wednesday, 24 November 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Sony Electronics is about to ship six new Grand WEGA rear projection HDTV sets that will be fully integrated Digital Cable Ready (DCR), as well as two high-definition digital video recorders. The DVRs feature an integrated hard disk drive for recording and control of live broadcasts, as well as the TV Guide On Screen interactive program guide for easy program searching and automatic scheduled recording.
Thursday, 18 November 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that TiVo is about to launch a new system that interjects its own commercials, sweepstakes offers and other promotional messages when a TiVo user is fast-forwarding through a network block of commercials. Up until now, one of the main advantages of TiVo has been its ability to skip commercials. Clients signed up by the millions to use the DVR (digital video recorder) system and even agreed to pay a monthly or lifelong fee for the TiVo service.
Friday, 15 October 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Humax USA in its partnership with TiVo are introducting the new Humax DRT800 DVD recorder with TiVo service. For $399 (after $100 rebate), the Humax DVD recorder with TiVo is available from nationwide retailers including Amazon.com, Best Buy, Buy.com, Circuit City, Good Guys, Humaxusa.com, J&R Music, Sam’s Club, and TiVo.com.
Thursday, 15 July 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Humax has announced that the first TiVo Series2 DVR with 300 hours of recording capacity will be available this month at retailers nationwide for $699. The T2500 TiVo Series2 DVR will debut along with an 80-hour unit, the T800, at a number of select independent retailers and regional chains nationwide including Good Guys, Circuit City, J&R Music and Computer World, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, Electronics Expo, and Vann's. With a focus on simplicity, industrial design and ease-of-use, the T2500 and T800 will have an MSRP of $699 and $299 respectively.
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