'Dyle' in to watch live TV on your phone Video
'Dyle' in to watch live TV on your phone Video Transcript
We're always being the hottest tech news to your mobile -- no access is necessary I'm Bridget Carey and this has received -- -- you can now watch live television on the go with -- -- -- called dial. And the first phone with its service is the MetroPCS Samsung galaxy -- Light -- forgy. You get a few channels -- -- picking up four and Internet using any -- -- -- a technology developed by broadcasters and their friends to beam signals directly to mobile devices. There's no subscription cost it's just a special chip they put and and that means you're gonna pay more than typical for this phone because of that technology. MetroPCS has no contract to subsidize the price at this phone's gonna crash -- 460 backs. But this all you'll be able to get dial on your existing IOS device as a plugin accessory. There's no word on what devices will cost but prepare to spend anywhere from a hundred to a 150 dollars to turn your -- -- -- TV now that be something you're interested and cent -- -- video with YE diet RY I think it's not worth it to air your responses on the show. If you've played this Zynga game and the bill on FaceBook. You know it's an awful lot like the -- well electronic arts feels the same way because EA has sued Zynga for copyright infringement over the bill. Being too much like its face that game The Sims social. Microsoft was describing windows eight's new interface -- with the term metro but now they're not using that -- the brand metro is being dropped. But don't be surprised avenue branding term will be coined in its place. So you heard in our previous show that Google wallet opened its service to all major cards and -- Google blog post said it supports Bluetooth. American Express said in a statement that hey we didn't -- of been included in the mobile payment system. Corners well guess what it still works and you wanna use an Amex card Google annexed it just hot and things -- -- -- happy but you don't have to worry. Remember when being on FaceBook was the big game changer for the presidential race in 2008 -- four years later now the campaigns each have their own apps showed -- the importance of technology evolves each race. President Obama that Obama for America is a tool for supporters to share his policy -- is -- use. And also has -- info for State's Republican candidate Mitt Romney is taking a different approach to those -- app called it's the heat. Well apparently the first to know who he picks for -- ready me via a push notification. -- your tech news update from march to story's mention in the show you can head on over to cnet.com slash update to stay updated by just finance what are. From our studios in New York averaging.
There's a new way to watch live TV on the go. Previous attempts at streaming local television signals to smartphones have failed, but the new no-subscription Dyle service is betting that folks will tune in. Bridget Carey chats with CNET Executive Editor Roger Cheng about the first smartphone with Dyle, and the challenges ahead for the technology.
The Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G features a retractable antenna, and is the first product with the ability to pick up local, live TV channels, a service called Dyle.
Watch live TV programming in the palm of your hand.
Step 2: Find out what you need to start watching your favorite television shows on your mobile device.
Want to watch your TV in New York from your hotel room in San Francisco? Take a look at SlingPlayer Mobile, which works with any Microsoft Windows mobile device. James Kim, senior editor at CNET, shows off the features.\r\n
Now you can watch your home TV channels on your iPhone.
Brian Tong tells you what you'll need to watch the latest network TV shows on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Use your existing Internet devices to record and stream live TV on your smartphones or computers.
The latest Slingbox models offer full HD streaming of your home TV services to a wide variety of devices. The Slingbox 500 adds Wi-Fi, HDMI, and additional media tricks as well.
Steven, a law student in San Francisco, shows CNET News.com how he turned his Xbox into a multimedia center. By installing a "mod chip" in the game console, he can watch movies and other videos he downloaded off the Internet--on his television set.
CNET News.com does not endorse the use of mod chips. Modifying your Xbox will void the warranty and prevent you from accessing Microsoft online services.
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