Daily Archives: Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Series3 PROM Hack

This is not for the inexperienced. Engadget is reporting that user Narf54321 on the DealDatabase.com forums has done a successful S3 PROM Hack. For the non-geeks, the PROM is the Programmable Read Only Memory chip on the motherboard of the … Continue reading

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Blogging as disintermediation

E. Stephen Mack, TiVo’s Director of TiVoCast Operations, has a great entry in his personal blog about corporations and their interaction with the blogosphere, and more. I’m in violent agreement with everything he said. Blogging has really changed how corporations … Continue reading

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NDS Announces Peer-to-Peer Content Sharing and Distributed-DVR Capabilities, Lowering Costs for IPTV

NDS, the leading provider of technology solutions for digital pay-TV, today announced two new product enhancements of Synamedia Metro, the NDS IPTV middleware solution. Distributed-DVR and ShareTV are two patent pending product features which will deliver even more benefit to … Continue reading

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AOL is killing off PVRWire

PVRWire is one of the best PVR-related blog sites on the net, hands down – so, of course, parent company AOL is shutting it down January 31st They hint that they may live on in some form, perhaps under a … Continue reading

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