Motorola Takes TiVo to Court Over DVR Patents

Despite losing subscribers over the past several years, TiVo has sought to keep alive through patent infringement suits against IPTV providers AT&T and Verizon. But a new lawsuit filed by Motorola, referencing patents filed before TiVo was founded, could call into question its claims against Verizon.…

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Super Bowl XLV Ads: Winners & Losers

Who were the big winners in Super Bowl XLV's ad blitz? Volkswagen, Doritos and Snickers connected with fans through their 30-second spots during the big game. Meanwhile, ads for tech companies like Salesforce, Groupon and Living Social fell flat.…

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No Hulu Plus for Your Cable DVR

Getting a new TiVo Premiere DVR through a lease from your cable company? Then don't be surprised if it offers you less than the same device sold in stores: Hulu and Netflix aren't allowed to offer their subscription services on DVRs distributed by cable companies.…

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Vid-Biz: TiVo, AOL, Silverlight

Today on the Net: TiVo continues to lose users and is down to 2.3 million subscribers, AOL has created a new video division led by 5min CEO Ran Harnevo and Microsoft is looking to add Silverlight to the Xbox 360 for app development.…

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