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TiVo exec explains how OnePass could unify consumers' TV show searches

OnePass was just one topic TiVo's Jim Denney covered in his comments to FierceCable at CES. He also discussed TiVo's view of 4K technology, the company's efforts to target the multiscreen trend, and its work around metadata. For more on Denney's comments, check out this  FierceCable Hot Seat.

CCS Insight: Top 12 predictions for 2013 and beyond

The mobile industry is in a state of constant change, and CCS Insight's top 12 predictions for 2013 and beyond have taken into account a vast and growing environment where connectivity is critical. What is in store for next year and beyond?

Report: Consumers will view 3 hours of TV per month on tablets by 2014

A new Juniper Research report predicts that average monthly television viewing on tablets will increase to 186 minutes per month in 2014. The study claims that as users become more accustomed to

TiVo wins latest round in court fight with Dish

TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO), the Rasputin of DVR providers, has again been given a new lease on life by a U.S. Court of Appeals that said, yes indeed, Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH) and sister company EchoStar

TiVo plans private $150M offering; could stream content to iPads

TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO), which continues to knock around the pay TV space with Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR), among others, is looking to raise $150 million through the sale of convertible senior

Embattled TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) loses more subs, money in fourth quarter

To say TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) is embattled would be like saying Custer was a bit overwhelmed at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. The DVR originator is in an ongoing legal fight with Dish Network

Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR) revenues up; video changes coming

Charter Communications' (Nasdaq: CHTR) fourth quarter and year-end results reflected ongoing changes that are buffeting the entire cable industry. Revenue during the fourth quarter was up 4.3 percent

TiVo, AT&T, Dish seen 'running out of American customers'

Not every company wants to be on every top ten list. It's pretty likely that TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) (number 4), AT&T (NYSE: T) (number 6) and Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH) (number 10) would have been

Charter, TiVo converging TV and Internet

Charter Communications (Nasdaq: CHTR), most recently reported to be slowing down its TV Everywhere deployments, is stepping into the converged Internet and TV space via TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) boxes that

Cable-supplied TiVo boxes face streaming restrictions

Think it's easy to blend the Internet and cable TV? Think again, at least if you're Suddenlink, Cox Communications or RCN (Nasdaq: RCNI) and you're supplying TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO) Premiere DVRs to your