DVR

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DVR

abbr.
digital video recorder

DVR

abbreviation for
(Electronics) digital video recorder
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Though there are several brands of DVRs on the market - Manahan favors ReplayTV, himself - the burgeoning technology has become synonymous with its leading provider, Alviso-based TiVo Inc.
TiVo and its competitors, ReplayTV and UltimateTV, are part of a recent technology trend allowing viewers--whether connected to basic and digital cable, satellite or analog systems--to record hours of programs that can be watched immediately or later.
Crazy though Kellner's argument may sound, it's not too far off from the one being made in a lawsuit against ReplayTV, a company which, like its better-known competitor TiVo, makes digital video recorders for home use.
If you really love your TV, try the ReplayTV 5160 ($499), a competitor to TiVo that gives you a whopping 160 hours of recording time as well as the ability to send shows to other ReplayTV units using a broadband connection.
SonicBlue, the maker of ReplayTV digital video recorders, wins a reprieve from a court order to collect information on users' viewing choices pursuant to a copyright lawsuit by big media companies.
There's a lawsuit a brewin' over the latest personal video recorder from ReplayTV.
IN THE MIDST OF A MASSIVE advertising campaign targeting holiday shoppers, ReplayTV eliminated nearly half of the company's 260 staffers, released chairman-CEO Kim LeMasters and exited the consumer market.
He maintains that ReplayTV is not intended to replace computers or televisions, but rather to bridge the gap between the two.
Replay is about to begin shipping ReplayTV, a set-top box which automatically finds, captures and stores programs digitally for playback on-demand.
With ReplayTV Personal HD, shows can be taken on the road to watch on Apple iPhone(TM), video iPod, iPod nano, iPod touch, iPod classic and other portable devices.
Time Warner Cable will start letting some of its customers pause live television and digitally record programs through a new set-top box that is similar to those sold by TiVo and ReplayTV.
SonicBlue stares down threatened lawsuits from TV networks and releases ReplayTV, a digital video recorder mated to a broadband pipe.