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Friday, 15 October 2004 ,  Written by
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, Best Buy,, Circuit City, Good Guys,, J&R Music, Sam’s Club, and
Thursday, 15 July 2004 ,  Written by
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,,, 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.
Wednesday, 09 June 2004 ,  Written by
TiVo is expanding the possibilities of digital video recording (DVR) technology with the announcement of new features that allow TiVo customers to download movies and music from the Internet, which would then be saved to the TiVo's hard drive. Currently, TiVo lets customers watch broadcast, cable or satellite programs at any time, but the new technology will allow customers to mix downloaded music and movies with television programs.
Friday, 28 May 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Millions of HDTV’s earliest adopters are wondering where is TiVo for their HDTV signals. Hughes released an extremely limited number of HD digital video recorders (DVRs) with TiVo in mid-April to consumers who preordered them, mainly from mainstream stores like The Good Guys! and online retailers.
Thursday, 20 May 2004 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
Millions of Americans now have digital video recorders (otherwise known as DVRs or PVRs) thanks to TiVo, ReplayTV and cable and satellite providers who offer PRVs in their satellite receiver boxes. Users who have PVRs are now calling the physical act of recording shows with their hard drive recorder “TiVo-ing” even if the service and hardware unit they are using is not actually a TiVo. This is remnisciant of how photocopying has become “Xeroxing” to many consumers and many people who blow their noses think they are using a Kleenex, when they are in fact most likely using a facial tissue. As much as consumers with PVRs rave about being able to “TiVo” their favorite shows and skip the commerials, TV executives and ad agencies are less excited. Free television content is created so that networks can sell ads. Now that model is being challenged by the progress of technology but a new ...
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