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TV on Iphone?


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Anyone know of a website that has TV shows that will play on the Iphone like utube I figure with 3g it might be fast enough to stream video
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Yeah 3G would be fast enough to stream TV. In Japan the iPhone has been highly criticized because it has no tv option. TV is standard feature on phones here but it doesn't seemed to have effected it's sales any.
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sling box is coming soon

also apparently theres some program called orb on the hacked iphones and they are planning a legit release.. it allows u to stream tv from your pc's tuner card on your iphone.
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