Love your Hopper but want to watch your recordings outside your home? Dish has you covered with version 2 of their controversial Hopper DVR.
With built-in Sling service, along with new apps for use with your iPad, your recordings are no longer trapped within the four walls of your home.
While not much has changed since release, Ceton's Companion Services App is now My Media Center.
Along with the name change, Ceton has released a Windows 8 version that will help you manage and watch your live and recorded content as well as movies. Find out if the $4.99 price tag is worth it!
Are you a traveler or are you simply looking for a way to get TV in more places? Either way, Nimble TV might just be the ticket.
Providing access to programming from select markets, Nimble TV will allow you watch live and recorded TV almost anywhere. Find out how this service might change the way TV is delivered to us!
Want to know whether or not the Ceton Echo Media Center extender is right for you? You won't have to wait any longer to find out.
Though it has to compete with the Xbox 360, the Echo provides a lower cost and smaller footprint way to extend your HTPC experience to other TVs in your home. Read our full review for all the details!
Hard to believe I missed this one considering that I like TiVo and I love Spotify, but earlier this month the music subscription service came to the TiVo Premiere platform. Find out why you might want to look at the $9.99 per month cost to enjoy custom playlists on your DVR!
How do you use your DVR? Have Netflix and Hulu Plus replaced it? It turns out that more and more people are using streaming services, not just to avoid cable bills but to replace the hardware DVR in their home as well.
While you still can't get HBOGo or other popular streaming services on your TiVo Premiere device, that doesn't mean that company has stopped adding content. And this time, quite a bit.
Find out what programming you'll be able to access directly on your TiVo Premiere now that AOL On is now available to users of the popular platform!
Google has tried and now Nintendo will take a crack at integrating streaming services with your DVR. The question is whether or not people are willing to use a touchscreen control to find the content they're looking for. That's only one of the questions that have cropped up since Nintendo announced the service.
With the recent launch, we'll soon see if Nintendo can pull off what Google couldn't. Click through and find out details on Nintendo's TV service and whether or not you should consider making it the center of your entertainment!
If you're a Cable ONE subscriber, you'll soon be able to get a TiVo DVR directly from your MSO!
Continuing the theme from earlier this year, TiVo recently announced that they'll be the sole provider of DVR software to the country's 10th largest MSO starting in 2013. Click through and find out what this means for your DVR if you're a Cable ONE subscriber.
If you've been waiting patiently for a new Media Center extender, the wait is over. Internet retailers are now selling the Ceton Echo Media Center extender! You no longer have to be a beta tester in order to use the device.
Find out where you can find an Echo and whether or not you should by reading here!