TiVo And Blackberry ‘Future Collaboration’ Revealed?

In an article on RIM’s new ‘Blackberry Lifestyle’ focus, PC World seems to have revealed what the ‘Future Collaboration’ with TiVo will entail. It comes at the end of the article:

Finally: the home television aspect of the “four converged screens” example.

“The trickiest part of the four screens is the sync between home video content and the mobile,” Balsillie said. “I believe the key enabler here is TiVo.”

RIM announced a new partnership with TiVo at CTIA, and the companies plan to release an application that will enable users to users to access television content via mobile device.

“(BlackBerrys) now work with TiVo desktop software that allows you to put (TV) shows on your BlackBerry, so that you can literally have your shows as a cache.”

It sounds like it is simply TiVoToGo supporting the Blackberry for video transfers. Which is what most of the speculation has been.

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