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Slate Predicts End of TiVo, At Least as We Know It Today

Slashdot pointed out that Slate is running an article that says the demise of TiVo is inevitable, at least in its current form as a free standing digital video recording appliance connected to your TV.

The early comments on Slashdot point out that Slate is a Microsoft publication, and has not been above spreading Microsoft FUD in the past. These critics say that Microsoft would rather have you buy an Xbox with TiVo-like functionality than TiVo itself.

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