HBO talks with Apple, Google, and TiVo about its cord-cutting streaming service

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    tarheelblue32

    tarheelblue32 Well-Known Member

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    Dan203

    Dan203 Super Moderator Staff Member TCF Club

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    Yay! Hope the deal includes HBOGo and not just the new standalone service. I have no intention of getting rid of cable, but I'd love to be able to access HBOGo on my TiVo.
     
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    severe

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    I likely speak for many, when I say this would be great.
     
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    bradleys

    bradleys It'll be fine....

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    Flippin' awesome!
     
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    jlb

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    great, but probably only on the newer TiVos and not my still working fine TiVoHD......but still great
     
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    Arcady

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    Newer, as in, made in the last 5 years? The series 3 is a dinosaur. Especially the HD with its super-slow network connectivity. That box is like 8 years old.
     
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    tarheelblue32

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    Come on. Sell the HD and buy a Roamio. You know you want to.
     
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    bradleys

    bradleys It'll be fine....

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    What happens to the HD TiVo when your cable company starts to transition over to mpg4?

    You know you want to upgrade! :)
     
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    lparsons21

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    Assuming the standalone HBO deal is the same as the HBOGo site, I wouldn't want it as there are only 2 reasons I keep HBO (and Showtime) are the original series and the boxing. Boxing is almost non-existent on HBOGo and Showtime Anytime. A few shows about it and some fairly old fights.

    I wouldn't mind the boxing on the standalone if the fights were delayed a day as that is usually the way I watch them now. But I wouldn't want them to not be available.
     
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