Well, it's been a year since tivo debuted the Edge dvr (cable plus antenna versions) with minimal streaming apps (netflix, hulu, prime) and a replacement for the mini on the form of a roku app. Fast forward to today. No real development on the roku 'mini' app. The only Edge app of any note is locast, no live streaming services like youtube tv, hulu live, comcast stream, or any others. The press is filled with doom and gloom on both the current state and short/long term future of the platform. A year ago, it appeared like they were on the cusp of having a revolutionary product, and even a year later with no new developments, there is no competition on the horizon. 20 years ago, living in the 'valley', I did a fair piece if development work on some of the original dvr systems hardware and software. It appeared at times that tivo would be squashed by the likes of Microsoft and others in the nascent dvr world, but they managed to hang in there and a couple years later 'TiVo' became a verb. Massive licensing of many of their developments to cable and satellite dvr boxes led to their parking lot resembling a Porsche, Benz, and Audi dealership. With this last years failure, have they lost it? Do they think network dvr systems from the streaming services are sufficient? What's with this advert dvr insertion scheme? I don't get it. Again, right on the cusp of as revolutionary product as those 1999 DVR's were and... nothing? I don't get it.