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Thursday, 10 November 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
The TiVo Whole-Home DVR Debuts in D.C.
The whole DVR thing is pretty great but it doesn't exactly do the trick if you're using multiple TVs on a regular basis.  You've got to set up all of your recordings on any TV that you think you might want to watch a show on - pretty inconvenient.  The new TiVo Premiere Q solves that issue.  Simply put the Premiere Q in your main viewing room and then put a TiVo Preview in any room you want to watch TV in.  The Preview doesn't have a built in hard drive, but can access anything that's on the Premiere, including your recorded shows and on-demand programming.
Friday, 14 October 2011 ,  Written by Michael Palmer
Have you been watching Hollywood Hi-Tech?
As A/V and home cinema enthusiasts, I'm sure many of you have spent countless hours reading about audio and video products, and home theatre upgrades.  We've drooled over installations and do it yourself projects featured in magazines and Internet forums while planning our dream cinemas. But asside from that one scene in MTV's Cribs where the star of the week bragged about thier in-house theatres, there haven't been many television shows where you can see the before and after progress of a home cinema / man cave upgrades...until now.
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Arrested Development is Coming Back - Netflix is Bidding for Exclusivity
Normally this sort of story starts with "If you're a fan of X then you'll be excited about Y," but we're just going to go ahead and assume that everyone is a fan of 'Arrested Development.'  The show, which went unappreciated on television, gained a huge and rabid following in recent years and is hailed as one of the funniest and most original on TV.  'Arrested Development' is coming back, not for a movie as originally hinted at, but as a TV show.  The planned run is 10 episodes and bids are currently being accepted for the series.  One of the biggest contenders is Showtime, but it's Netflix that really makes things interesting.
Wednesday, 20 April 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Netflix Contemplating Multi-User Streaming
Now that Netflix has solidified its position as the go-to source for streaming media, they're running into the problem of multiple using the same account at once.  It makes sense of course, especially for families.  Mom is watching something in the living room while Dad wants to watch something else on his iPhone and the kids want to stream on the Xbox.
Monday, 21 March 2011 ,  Written by Dick Ward
Netflix Ups Spending on Content, Lowers Spending on Streams
If you pay attention to what's going on at Netflix, you've probably heard about their big move toward streaming content.  They've been paying as much as $100,000 an episode for new TV shows and even spent a reported $100 million for a new show directed by David Fincher and starring Kevin Spacey.
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