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  1. Cogeco
    Hi everyone, Having read of other people's experiences getting a CableCARD device up and running with Cogeco I decided to give it a shot - and it worked! My experience was similar to others in that it was a bit hit-and-miss, so I've put together a few thoughts for those who may also wish to try...
  2. Cogeco
    Just wondering if anyone has tried to use the TiVo Premeire with cogeco lately? I have the tivo premiere and I knew it worked with cable card for the regular cable and over the air. But I wanted to use it for all the cable channels I get so I looked into it and found finally a M-card Motorola...
  3. HDTV: High Definition Television (LCD & Plasma)
    "Tru2way-ready Viera HDTV Panasonic announced today that selected models of Viera HDTV will include tru2way technology and are expected to be available at retail later this year. This capability is an added feature to these Panasonic’s Viera HDTV’s that simplifies and improves the total...
  4. Television Industry / Channels and Providers
    Goodbye CableCard, we hardly knew ya. We may never see CableCards in Canada if a new technology called Downloadable Conditional Access System (DCAS) is introduced. Developped by Cable Labs, DCAS consists of hardware and software that will allow Cable companies to deliver premium content in a...
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