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Google and Cisco Systems will pay TiVo an upfront sum of $490 million to settle the DVR company’s patent litigation — much less than Wall Street anticipated — and TiVo also announced that it has…
TiVo and Google have settled the patent-infringement lawsuit the DVR company filed against Motorola Mobility, which had been set to go to trial next week. Terms of the settlement, first reported by…
There's binge watching and then there's never watching at all. A new study by Motorola Mobility claims that 41% of the content recorded on DVRs in the United States is never watched and deleted…
Had James Thurber worked in animation, the waggish result might look and sound a bit like "It's Such a Beautiful Day," indie cartoonist Don Hertzfeldt's alternately poignant and absurdist triptych.
Arriving onstage at the Consumer Electronics Show astride a bright yellow bicycle, Motorola chief exec Ed Zander outlined some of the company's new mobile entertainment and set-top box initiatives.
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