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    coleslaw
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    TV?

    I am looking for a good TV program. I had mobitv back on cingular...any suggestions or has anyone got MobiTV to work with the 760?

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    Maybe not what you're looking for but I love Slingbox on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDCJ View Post
    Maybe not what you're looking for but I love Slingbox on it.
    I use the slingbox as well and think it is the best solution.

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    Orb is pretty nice too!

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    +1 for Orb and it is free!

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    slingbox...for SURE!

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    I've used ORB since it came out. Its great!

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    Slingbox is the way to go.

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    Has anyone noticed that Slingbox mobile does not send audio in stereo/A2DP?

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    If you have Media Center, check out "Webguide" from Doug Barrett..

    It allows for streaming anything off your HTPC to your phone.

    Anything Includes:
    Recorded TV, Live TV (ATSC/NTSC), Music (WMA), Videos (DVD, AVI, WMV, much more)...

    It also allows you to schedule your programs to record.

    It's basically the best thing I have for my mobile phone.

    You log into your computer through the web browser and it will launch the media player when media is called up.

    Alone, worth the price of Vista Ultimate and an HTPC. Not to mention you can view cameras, adjust your home's temperature, turn on/off lighting, close shades, etc. with a similar product.

    WebGuide is free though
    Last edited by abuttino; 07-19-2008 at 05:24 PM.

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