AT&T debuts whole-home DVR

AT&T's whole-home DVR trials produced a new service for U-verse customers that allows them play back standard and high-definition recorded programs on up to seven TVs within the same household. The service capability comes through a free software upgrade to existing home equipment and will be made available to all U-Verse subscribers by the end of this year. Many carriers have discussed whole-home DVR offerings, and demonstrations of how a user could pause a movie on one TV in one room and pick it up where they left off on another TV in another room have been common at industry trade shows.

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