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“It's safe to say that if Apple were going to advertise a job listing to work on generic product types, it would use the term set-top box or something similar to describe Apple TV in its current incarnation, since "TV" in any other context refers to a display, not a box.”
“• Popcorn Hour is launching a set-top box that supports Blu-ray ... oh, and every video format.”
“This time, Mr. Chambers noted that some of the difficulties he highlighted in November had persisted, such as declining sales of cable set-top boxes.”
“YouView set-top boxes will be available for a one-off payment of up to £ 200 but may also be offered at special rates as part of broadband bundles.”
“The company won't release how many customers it has, but it is adding its service to Android tablets, smartphones and TV set-top boxes.”
“Mr. Chambers said Cisco's revenue from cable set-top boxes fell 29%, offset somewhat by an increase in its smaller Internet set-top box business.”
“Cablevision Chief Operating Officer Tom Rutledge said in a press release the new app provides customers "the additional flexibility and convenience of watching television throughout the home, in places where set-top boxes might not be ideal or even practical, like the kitchen, bathroom or work room.”
“The button will also be on remote controls for the Boxee, Iomega and Roku set-top boxes, Netflix said in a release.”
“Cablevision wanted to offer a DVR system whereby viewers could use DVR technology from a server provided by them instead of a separate set-top box.”
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