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SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry drops beta, iPhone version soon?

Sling Media, the makers of the Slingbox set top box and SlingPlayer software have taken the beta label off the company's BlackBerry client. What that means is if you own a Slingbox and have it plugged into your home theater setup, you can stream live TV to your BlackBerry - for a fee. The SlingPlayer Mobile client will set you back $30. There's a 30 day free trial if you don't want to commit... online video portal is open to the (US) public

Sling Media has officially launched its online video portal, which we first checked out a few weeks ago while it was in beta. If you have a Slingbox, this site is all kinds of awesome, because it will allow you to watch live TV streaming from your home on any Windows PC with Firefox or Internet Explorer. If you don't have a Slingbox, right now is just another online video...

First look at online video portal

Online video portal is set to open to the public on November 24th. It's currently in private beta, but we got an early peek at the service. The online video player is easy to use, and there's plenty of content from a number of major US television networks as well as ton of videos from web sites like College Humor and 60frames. While the selection of videos is pretty extensive, that's... online video portal coming soon

It looks like Sling Media, makers of the Slingbox place-shifting hardware and software are finally preparing to launch, a new online video portal first announced in January, 2007. TechCrunch reports that Sling Media is sending out emails to some beta testers letting them know how to request an invitation to the new site, which will be launching in private beta soon. So what exactly is...

Sling Media to demo SlingPlayer for iPhone and iPod Touch

Want to watch live TV on your iPhone? Pretty soon you may be able to... assuming you've got a Slingbox set up at home. While Sling Media has been releasing client software for Windows, Mac, and a variety of cellphones for years that lets you stream live or recorded TV over the internet, there's been no iPhone version so far. But tomorrow Sling Media will be showing off an early proof of...

MythTV FrontEnd for the iPhone

Want to watch TV on your iPhone? Yesterday we would have said the best way to do this is to purchase TV shows from the iTunes store or transfer recordings (or downloads) from your computer to your iPhone the old fashioned way. But now Chris Carey has released a MythTV FrontEnd for the iPhone. The application lets you browse recorded shows, check out program information, and stream videos from...