Can TiVo get its mojo working again? Ten years after shipping the first DVR, only to see the business commoditized by cable operators, TiVo is trying once again to re-invent TV watching with its two, new “Neutron” DVRs. This time, the emphasis is on seamlessly integrating broadcast and broadband content into an easily searchable, programmable package through a single interface. It’s also hoping to lure Flash developers who feel snubbed by Apple’s non-support for Flash on the iPad to bring their apps to the living room.
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