In August 2015, Microsoft announced that it would bring TV DVR functionality to the Xbox One in 2016. This week, it said it has stopped development of that feature. What do you think of that decision?
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Ten months ago, Microsoft announced that TV DVR functionality would be added to its Xbox One in 2016. Today, the company says it's no longer developing the feature, as it's focusing instead on gaming.
Microsoft announced last year that it would bring TV-recording capabilities to its Xbox One in 2016, and it's now said to be testing that feature internally in its 'Threshold Beta 1603 System Update'.
Microsoft announced at Gamescom that the Xbox One would be getting DVR functionality. While this was fantastic news, it looks like the feature will initially only be released in the US, Canada and UK.
Microsoft has announced that they are bringing DVR functionality to the Xbox One and that you will be able to stream the content to any Windows 10 device and it comes at no additional content.
According to a recent interview with Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, all the cable box functionality that's part of the Xbox One is of secondary importance for the console and its users.
Windows Media Center is now officially a thing of the past, but one of its most useful features - the ability to record live TV - is expected to make its way to the Xbox One later this year.
Samsung has confirmed that they have acquired Boxee. The company's internet streaming products will, most likely, be integrated into Samsung's strategy for their smart and internet connected TVs.
A patent has been awarded to Time Warner Cable that gives them exclusive rights to disable all trick plays within your DVR, including rewind, fast-forward, and pause.
Microsoft has officially been awarded a patent that will allow future game consoles to also act as a DVR for recording things like television shows, movies and music.
After announcing that ReplayTV's online programming network would shut down at the end of July, the parent company of the DVR device has announced it will in fact keep going.
It’s no surprise that the use of DVRs is increasing as more and more people become used to time-shifting instead of watching television on the networks’ schedule. DVRs are compared to competitors so that customers...
Replay TV, one of the first makers of the digital video recorder (better known as DVR) device, will be shutting down its services to its remaining units soon. In a post on the Replay TV...