TiVo Subscriptions Continue to Rise

TiVo Inc. showed no signs of slowing growth in the third quarter, reporting a big jump in subscriptions despite an increasing list of competitors.

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TiVo Begins Rolling Out Update for Out-of-Home Streaming

Today, TiVo announced the launch of out-of-home streaming for its Roamio Pro and Roamio Plus DVRs. The feature, which allows subscribers to watch live and recorded shows remotely over a Wi-Fi connection, is being rolled out through an automatic software and iOS app update. TiVo Stream users will receive the update in a couple of weeks; an Android app and streaming over 4G LTE are still planned for early next year. For more on TiVo Roamio and out-of-home streaming, check out Walt Mossberg’s full review.


The Race to Become the New EPG for Media

There are increasing signs that Twitter could get there first.

The Next Version of iOS and the iPad Mini

Walt answers readers’ questions about the next iPad mini, the Motorola Moto X and the TiVo Roamio.


TiVo Predicts Sustained Profits as Revenue, Earnings Jump

TiVo Inc. announced the highest net revenue and profit in the company’s history and strong subscriber growth, causing the company to predict profits ahead for the foreseeable future.

AllThingsD on TV: Ballmer, Google’s IPO and the Future of Personal Electronics

The week in AllThingsD media appearances.

New Roamio: TiVo on the Go

Walt reviews Roamio, a new version of TiVo that lets users watch TV content anywhere there’s Wi-Fi.

Your Poor Couch! Netflix Viewers Don’t Cut Back on Regular TV.

Are you watching Netflix? TiVo says you’re not cutting back on your regular TV habits. Which means you are spending a lot of time watching TV, period.


TiVo to Gain $490 Million in Patent Settlement With Google, Cisco

TV set-top box maker TiVo Inc. said it will receive a lump-sum payment of $490 million from Google Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. to settle patent litigation with both companies.

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Nintendo Says TV Services Are Coming to Wii U December 20

I wonder how long this software update will take? A month after launch, Nintendo is finally launching its TVii service, which lets customers access their TV guide from the GamePad controller. The TVii service is launching Dec. 20 in the U.S. and Canada, and will support various cable and satellite providers, as well as Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus. Integration with Netflix and TiVo have been delayed to early 2013. (Answer: Nintendo says it won’t take any time at all since it was included in the original software update and just has to be turned on.)