DirecTV is field-testing technology that frees TVs from the need to hook up to receiver boxes. New RVU servers, available in October, will allow viewers to let compatible TVs in their homes share central servers that access the same programming and recorded shows.
We got a look at a demo of this technology at January’s Consumer Electronics Show but at that point, DirecTV didn’t have a definite timeline for rolling it out to customers.
The prospect of getting rid of space-hogging boxes fulfills one collective dream of home viewing. What other advancements would you welcome to make couch potato-dom more enjoyable?