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Old May 26th, 2010, 12:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Google tv sounds cool. If I have google tv, would I be able to stream this to my phone/another pc.

Slingbox is coming out for the android this summer. I had this for my windows mobile phone which is awesome. I am able to stream my tv (including my dvr) to my cell phone or any other computer (provided I have the slingbox app installed on that pc).

I have an old slingbox and was planning on getting the HD version of slingbox this summer when the slingplayer app becomes available for the android later this summer.

My question is should I hold out and not purchase slingplayer and get google tv when it is available. Will google tv let me stream my tv and dvr to my cell phone? I have dish network. I might have to update my recievers when they come out later this year.

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I'm going to say yes - seeings how it is open source and the application possibilities are pretty wild. Limited only to the hardware and developer imagination.
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that would be sweet indeed
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That would be awesome. I might finally ditch my Slingbox Solo (which I love by the way). At least I have it as a stop gap until GoogleTV releases and or matures to the point where I'm ready to buy...
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Google says it is currently working with content providers to bring entertainment options to Google TV. The company added that it plans to launch support for applications on the service next year.
Soon users will be able to change the channel using their voice through Google speech-recognition technology, Brittany Bohnet, a Google product marketing manager, said at the trade fair.

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