TiVoToGo Now Available On Windows Mobile
Jun 8, 2005, 2:04 PM by (staff)
TiVo has announced it is extending its TiVoToGo service to Windows Portable Media Centers and select Windows Mobile devices. TiVoToGo allows users to transfer recorded programs from their TiVos to a Windows-based PC for playback while away from home. Users can now transfer that content from their PC to mobile devices. The list of supported devices only includes Portable Media Centers so far, but supported Windows Mobile Smartphones and Pocket PC are most likely limited to those with Windows Media Player 10 due to TiVo's DRM encoding.
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Rather watch American Idol then read a book shame shame shame!!!!!
What the hell does being able to swap your favorite television shows between home TiVo unit and your handset have to do with being ...