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San Francisco-based James Kim watches CNET New York's television on his Palm Treo using SlingPlayer Mobile software.
The SlingCatcher is a hardware version of the SlingPlayer software that's available for various devices. Connect the SlingCatcher to your bedroom TV, for instance, and you can access the live TV and recorded programs from your living room DVR.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the SlingMedia SlingCatcher. The new device comes with an optional hard drive and is designed to stream Internet video to your home television or stream television to other rooms of your house.
SlingPlayer Mobile for the iPhone works well, but it's severely limited by its Wi-Fi-only functionality.
Will it be Steve or Phil giving the keynote? The App of the Week tracks your "cycle," and the SlingPlayer app sets off Brian.
At CES 2006, we take a look at a device called the HAVA, which allows you to watch TV remotely from any connected PC.
We take a look at wireless headphones, a dual MP3 player and phone, and a way to bring live TV straight to your phone.
The CEO of Sling Media watches the Daily Show on his laptop in his hotel room in Japan.
From CES 2008, Molly Wood takes a look at the SlingCatcher, a device that has the ability to transmit content from one TV to another.
If you can't live without your favorite shows, the Editors' Choice winning Sling Media Slingbox is the best way to beam them to any broadband-connected PC or Windows Mobile device in the world. CNET's John Falcone shows you the box.\r\n