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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces Subscription Free DVR Service For Over-The-Air TV

    Microsoft has announced the next evolution of its over-the-air television capabilities. Beginning soon, Microsoft will be rolling out DVR service that allows you to record footage to be played back on any Windows 10 device. This includes Xbox One, Windows 10, and Windows Phones. Programming can be scheduled... More
  • Blog Post: Raptr Launching Dedicated Game Video Sharing Site Plays.tv

    Currently in beta, Plays.tv is a site for sharing video game videos built by the gaming social network site, Raptr. You can check out the in-beta site here . You can also download, from Raptr, special software to help you capture gameplay on your PC by heading here . The beta site has been live for a... More
  • Blog Post: Sony To Combine Live TV And Video On Demand With New Service

    Sony is continuing its push towards cloud computing with a new media service that it claims will combine both live TV content, DVR, and video on demand services. Sony Computer Entertainment's Andrew House revealed the ambitious plan at Sony's CES 2014 press conference. According to House, the... More
  • Blog Post: Old Microsoft Patent Reveals Abandoned Plans For A Console With DVR

    The Xbox 360 is all about streaming television content directly to you (and playing those video game things), but at one time that plan may have been to allow gamers to record television like a traditional DVR straight to their consoles. An old patent discovered by Tomsguide.com that was filed about... More
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