Program Your TiVo via Yahoo
You could see this coming and I’m sure it’s just the beginning and not just for Yahoo.
Yahoo and TiVo (another verb for many, just like Google) have announced a partnership that will allow users of TiVo Series2 recorders to program their TiVo box via a special site on Yahoo. You’ll need to have an email address and Yahoo account.
From any Yahoo TV episode page, users can click the “Record to my TiVo box” button, the companies said. The request is automatically sent to your home the next time your TiVo box connects. The companies suggest allowing for one hour of lag time if the TiVo is connected to broadband through a standard home network. Dialup users have to wait 36 hours for a request to take effect if the TiVo uses dialup.
More in the News.com article: Yahoo plans to connect services with TiVo.
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