Slashdot has a story about how TiVo has purchased a company called Strangeberry. There isn't anything on their website aside from news of the acquisition but they're reportedly in the broadband services business.
This may be a shot of one of their products, and if it is I would trust the description to be true as well. I've heard of a few Silicon Valley startups that were producing home broadband boxes that did everything from act as a firewall and wirless router, to home filesharing and IM, to callerID/tv/movie/weather updates on your TV, all in one simple box running a linux port. It would seem like a great move for TiVo to pick something up like that and bake it into their boxes, making TiVo customers less likely to jump ship for a free PVR from a cable company.