Symbian Users Can Get Their TV On The GO
Oct 17, 2006, 2:49 PM by (staff)
Sling Media and Sony today both launched software that will allow users to watch their home TV from their Symbian powered smartphones. Sling Media offers a variety of set-top boxes that will can capture cable, satellite or HDTV broadcast as it comes into your TV and broadcast it over the internet to a secure player. They now offer players for both S60 and UIQ smartphones in addition to Windows Mobile. Sony offers similar set-top boxes and will now offer a Location Free player for the Sony Ericsson P990, and presumably other 3G UIQ phones including the M600 and W950. Though Sling nor Sony charge a service to use their place shifting applications, users still pay their normal wireless data charges while streaming shows from home.
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