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Fox Says No to Dish's TV to Go, With a New Lawsuit

February 22, 2013
New box, new lawsuit for Charlie Ergen: Fox has asked a federal court to put the kibosh on the newest version of Dish's Hopper set-top boxes, which are supposed to let users watch live and recorded TV on the go.

That's separate but related to the lawsuit the big broadcasters have already filed against Dish for last year's version of the Hopper, which lets users automatically skip commercials.

The new version of the Hopper incorporates some of the Sling "place-shifting" technology that Dish has offered for years, so some TV observers

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