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Sling Media, which makes the Slingbox device that allows users to watch their home TV remotely, released Sling.com with much of the same content as Hulu.
DALLAS, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T Inc. today announced the winners of its first Big Mobile On Campus Challenge, a national higher education contest for mobile application development. Prizes will be awarded at a special reception during the AT&T Higher Education CIO Forum on Oct.
Sling Media, Inc., a leading digital lifestyle products company, is pleased to announce the award-winning SlingCatcher is now available for purchase from leading retailers and online retailers in the U.S. as well as in Canada and the UK.
Makers of the BlackBerry are stepping up efforts to court consumers. On Sept. 11, Research In Motion (RIMM) is unveiling features that make it easier for users to have access to social network MySpace (NWS).
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Sept.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Connections 2008, Booth # 403 -- SingleClick Systems, the leading provider of networking software for consumers and SMBs, today announced that its SingleClick Remote Access technology is capable of remotely playing personal video content directly to the iPhone, Blackberry and over 7,000 other mobile devices.
YouTube's Chad Hurley isn't the only promising newcomer to be welcomed at an invitation-only conference that has brought together the world's richest media and technology leaders to network and mull possible new directions.
Sling Media is expected to announce Thursday that consumers can use a wide range of mobile devices to watch their home television from anywhere in the world.
Days after the Supreme Court weighed in on digital copyright infringement issues in the MGM v. Grokster case, select consumer electronics chains began stocking a product some predict could spark the entertainment industry's next showdown over intellectual property rights. New to the shelves of Best Buy and CompUSA this month is Slingbox.
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