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Oct 24th 2010 9:20AM Not exactly news as it was already announced at the 2009 Professional Developers Conference, as well as other times. Not to mention a new version is almost always released every 3 years.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Microsoft_Windows#Windows_8
Aug 17th 2010 1:48PM @garyrall You can use DTB to only process those 6 channels. I'll raise your point to the developer. I had a few other suggestions for the rules as well.
Aug 17th 2010 1:46PM @LowSky Actually not really. There are plenty of channels on some providers that are encrypted but marked Copy Freely. For example FiOS encrypts everything and marks it all Copy Freely. So on FiOS, Myth would work just like Media Center. On TWC that marks everything Copy Once, then yeah, same as a clear qam tuner.
Aug 16th 2010 9:57PM @S4Rs That isn't the only problem. Even if Sage did license PlayReady DRM, it would still need to get CableLabs certified, or else it wouldn't be able to initiate a secure channel which is required for Copy Once material (that's right, the DRM's content has to be encrypted again while's its transmitted).
Aug 16th 2010 9:54PM @dmccall There is no direct correlation between encrypted QAM and CCI flags. You can have Copy Freely content delivered via encrypted QAM and Copy Once content via unencrypted (although I've never seen this).
Aug 15th 2010 10:51PM @andysexton Actually no. You can pair it with as many PCs as you want, but a tuner will work on one PC at a time.
Aug 14th 2010 8:02PM The Bucs game not worth mentioning huh, this will not go unnoticed Mr Lawler.
Aug 12th 2010 9:44AM @Naterm I said I didn't like vampire movies and none in that list change my opinion.
Aug 12th 2010 9:44AM @joenace56 Yes, the 922 shows in the guide what will record.
Aug 11th 2010 8:42PM @joenace56 It depends if I wanted multi-room. As a DVR I really like the 922, but it only works in one room if you don't include the sling.
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