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New Apple and Rovi deal could mean Apple TV updates

New Apple and Rovi deal could mean Apple TV updates

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Apple has revealed that a deal has been struck with Rovi Corp, which will give Apple rights to Rovi technology, in what looks like a multi-year deal. How Apple will use this technology isn't certain, but it's possible that the deal with Rovi, who's main... >>

97 per cent of Brits expect all TV to be VOD by 2015

97 per cent of Brits expect all TV to be VOD by 2015

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According to a survey commissioned by the Rovi Corporation, a vast majority of UK residents believe that, in the next five years, television will become almost exclusively video-on-demand. A staggering 97 per cent of those asked, from a poll of 1,000... >>

How will we watch TV in 2015?

How will we watch TV in 2015?

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Is the TV, as we know it, dead? The last few years has seen more people ditching their televisions in favour of a bigger monitor than ever before. With movie and TV downloads (legal or otherwise), streamed video content from a host of online players and... >>

Rovi Personal Media Manager to clean and stream your content

Rovi Personal Media Manager to clean and stream your content

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Personal Media Manager has launched today, and it's as good a looking, clever piece of content management desktop software that you'll probably never know you own. The program has been developed by metadata specialist Rovi and, although not sold directly,... >>

Samsung TVs to get new powerful Rovi programme guide

Samsung TVs to get new powerful Rovi programme guide

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Samsung TVs are about to get a massive boost in terms of what they can offer via the Electronic Programming Guide thanks to a deal the manufacturer just signed with Rovi, the company formerly known as Macrovision. The agreement, says Rovi, allows Samsung... >>

Macrovision renames to Rovi, launches Liquid Media Guide

Macrovision renames to Rovi, launches Liquid Media Guide

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The company formerly known as Macrovision has said that it will be changing its name and launching a new Media Guide that promises to revolutionise the way we choose what to watch on television in the future. First discussed back in March, the company... >>