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TV networks' nightmare is a dream appliance

...market and have taken its parent company SONICblue to court, contending the slim silver...the RTV4000 is Internet-ready - and SONICblue is already shipping them by the thousands...but not all, advertising segments. SONICblue also sells Go-Video dual-deck VCRs...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/11/ent_332748.shtml
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Small, high-capacity hard drives energizing show

...For instance, Santa Clara, Calif.-based SONICblue this week rolled out a 20-gigabyte portable...said Jonathan Sasse, product manager for SONICblue's portable products. Another SONICblue device, which connects directly to home stereo...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/01/14/tec_332979.shtml
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Tech companies bow to entertainment world in device features

...studios sued ReplayTV's previous owner, SONICblue Inc., forcing the struggling consumer...pay millions of dollars in legal fees. SONICblue sank. It filed for bankruptcy in March...can the little guys survive the heat? SONICblue didn't. Doug Lichtman, a University...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/07/22/bus_381798.shtml
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Techies seek 'gadget nirvana' in Las Vegas

...cable-ready. Analysts are agog over the forthcoming personal video player, or PVP, that chipmaker Intel and ReplayTV maker SONICblue are working on. Intel will show off several prototypes of the Walkman-sized PVP, with a 4-inch screen and storage for...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/06/tec_362737.shtml
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Gadget lovers ogle latest tech toys at Vegas show

...Palm 5 operating system. The CES show floor was lousy with DVD players and personal video recorders. A few stood out, like SONICblue's Go-Video D2730, a DVD player that networks with a PC. Besides recording television programs onto a hard disk or a...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/01/11/tec_363816.shtml
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For 2002, expect modest evolutions in gadgetry

...that people burn themselves. The DVD-VCR combinations that were runaway successes in 2001 for companies like Samsung or SONICblue will see more competition. DVD players had the Midas touch even in the 2001 slump, proving Americans still have a love affair...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/12/31/bus_330192.shtml
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MP3 players reviewed

...have come up with the following guide to the features of each of these digital marvels and am willing to share it with you. SonicBlue Rio 600 ($169.95): The Rio was one of the first MP3 players to hit the market starting with the 300 in the mid '90s...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/29/tec_316166.shtml
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