... which is where it is right now. They don't own dvr recording by any means. Despite the lawsuit, there are all kinds of work arounds. There are too many competitors with comparable products. This stock is heading back to $7 soon.
A very nice barron's article this week end------check it out ---makes me feel warm and fuzzy all over ! The problem with shorts , is they are not flexible , rigidity in the the face of the facts will surely cost you money !
Say shorty....The dvr workarounds that you are talking about and have so much faith in are also great dvrs.That is because they are also TIVO inf ringers.They like"D" will be caught and forced to licence TIVOs superb patented software.TIVO was caught in a shark feeding frenzy of which you shorts have for years raped this tiny company,trying to drive it out of business Well my short friend this opera is over except for they pain all you naysayers must endure.See you in church
Do you honestly think TiVo owns DVR recording rights? You better study hard my friend because you are wrong. Recording on a hard drive is not a TiVo patent. Just a few recording features. Don't get to complacent or you will lose big, just like all the other investors who jumped in after a past TiVo hype only to see the stock retreat back to it's historical average.