- Sep 8, 2003
Five years ago, if you had to pick the technology most likely to change the face of television, the hard disk drive would probably not have made your Top 10 list. But today hard drives are a critical part of many home TV setups, driving 3 million digital video recorders (DVRs) across the globe.
Once derided by television execs (Comcast CEO Brian Roberts once called TiVo “the Napster of the cable industry”), the satellite and cable TV industries have turned to DVRs as a key component in their battle for market share, and plan to push the devices on as many customers as possible.
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