Nick over at Gizmodo points out a neat feature being rolled into the next firmware upgrade for the Foxtel iQ2 digital video recorder, which lets you automatically add 20 minutes to the recording time for scheduled programs. Given how untrustworthy the free-to-air guys are in particular, this is a super-useful development. Foxtel's iQ2 Now Lets You Record Up To 20 Minutes After A Show's Finished [Gizmodo AU]
Foxtel iQ2 Lets You Extend Recording Time By 20 Minutes
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