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The future has finally arrived, as New York-area Cablevision subscribers are getting their first taste of cloud based DVRs. Light Reading reports an email from spokesman Jim Maiella confirmed limited deployments which may be too late to securely record Lou Diamond Philips for our later viewing p

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We all want the same thing right? The ability to watch any show we want, whenever we want, and wherever we want. Sounds easy, but even in this day and age to achieve this easily isn't possible. Currently there are a few ways this might happen down the road, and one that looks to be coming our way so

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We all want the same thing right? The ability to watch any show we want, whenever we want, and wherever we want. Sounds easy, but even in this day and age to achieve this easily isn't possible. Currently there are a few ways this might happen down the road, and one that looks to be coming our way so

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Just like you haven't worked through all four hours of this season of 24 yet, the U.S. Supreme Court is pushing back a decision on Cablevision's network DVR a.k.a. Remote Storage Digital Video Recorder to ask the Justice Department for their thoughts. The cable companies (and others) looking to roll

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The process took over a year, but it looks like common sense prevailed in Cablevision's appeal of its network-DVR copyright infringement case. You might remember that Cablevision had planned to roll out \"remote-storage\" DVRs a couple years ago that would play programs off Cablevision servers instead

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The process took over a year, but it looks like common sense prevailed in Cablevision's appeal of its network-DVR copyright infringement case. You might remember that Cablevision had planned to roll out \"remote-storage\" DVRs a couple years ago that would play programs off Cablevision servers instead

6 years ago 0 Comments