LAS VEGAS -- In another step toward finding a place in the digital video future, Blockbuster, Dallas, has formed an alliance with TiVo, Sunnyvale, Calif., which makes a computer-based device that allows consumers to record and pause television programming, among other attributes. The TiVo personal digital recorder is seen by many as eventually replacing the VCR's recording function. The announcement was made during the Consumer Electronics Show here this month. omotions and upcoming video ...

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