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SlingPlayer Mobile 2.0 for Windows Mobile

Posted in Sling Media by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2010

Sling Media has updated SlingPlayer Mobile for Windows to version 2.0. This version supports phones like the HTC Pure, Tilt II, Imagio, Touch Pro II and others that are popular. It was redesigned for touchscreen and widescreen formats, so you can better view live TV and DVR recordings from your Slingbox.

Some of the new features include Unrestricted streaming on 3G and WiFi, Support for multiple viewing modes like wide-screen and zoom, Icon based interface eliminates the need for a stylus, an improved program guide and DVR interfaces, and Sling Account support that eliminates the need to enter your Slingbox Finder IDs and passwords.

SlingBox PRO-HD finally ships

Posted in Sling Media by Shane McGlaun on September 26th, 2008

SlingBox PRO-HDThe SlingBox was one of the first time and place shifting devices that would send programs from the TV to the PC. The interesting device let users shoot their favorite programs to the PC for viewing and recording in DVR-like fashion.

Back at CES in January, we talked a bit about the PRO-HD SlingBox that was unveiled. Sling Media announced today that the PRO-HD is finally shipping. Yeah, it took long enough for Sling Media to actually ship the device, which isn’t so cool.

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Sling Media goes HD with new streaming box

Posted in CES 2008,Set Top Boxes,Sling Media by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2008

Slingbox PRO-HDSling Media, that cool company behind placeshifting technology for letting you watch your home video through the Internet, is back at CES this year with a new set top box. It’s called the Slingbox PRO-HD and it’s priced at around $400.

The Slingbox PRO-HD lets one stream “HD content from a home television source, including over the air HD digital signals, HDTV cable or satellite receivers, or HD DVR’s, to a laptop or desktop computer in and around the house.” You can of course also stream HD outside of the house to remote locations as well. It is the only product in Sling Media’s family capable of streaming HD content.

Sling Media rolls out new Slingbox

Posted in Set Top Boxes,Sling Media,Television by Nino Marchetti on September 27th, 2007

Slingbox SOLOSling Media today formally took the wraps off its latest device for streaming home video to remote locations. The Slingbox SOLO is priced at around $180 and should be available now.

The Slingbox SOLO is a newly designed Slingbox which connects to a standard definition or high definition set top box such as a cable box or TiVo. It takes the home cable, satellite or digital video recorder (DVR) programming from these devices and streams it over the Internet to authorized PCs, laptops, Macs and a variety of smartphones. Streaming is reported to be in full VGA resolution at up to 8Mbps around the home.

Slingbox HD preview caught at FCC site

Posted in Home Theater,Rumors,Sling Media by Chris Weber on August 10th, 2007

Slingbox HD rear view showing no need for dongle with component videoTG Daily found this newer version of the Slingbox Pro from Sling Media getting its approval on the FCC web site. The new device which could end up being the “Slingbox HD” shows a new look (hopefully this isn’t final or there will be some options) and most significantly has built-in component video inputs which rids us of the need for the HD dongle needed with the current Pro model.

In a recent Revision3 interview with Sling Media’s CEO, the Slingbox HD name came out after a little prying along with a release date of January, (not specific on the year). Obviously we’re still a little bit early for complete specs and pricing but if Sling Media wants to get this out the door by the beginning of next year we should expect to hear more …

Sling Media teams up with NHL to Clip+Sling

Posted in News,Sling Media by Darrin Olson on June 7th, 2007

Sling Media and NHL team up to share video clips through the SlingboxSling Media has announced an agreement with the National Hockey League to allow owners of the Slingbox to record and share video clips of NHL games through their Clip+Sling technology.

When the service launches, new and current Slingbox owners alike will be able to use the SlingPlayer software to create live and recorded content clips and publish them to a Sling Media destination site to share. Although only owners actual of a Slingbox will be able to create and publish the clips they will be available to anyone for access and view. The NHL will be making their own clips to share on the site as well.

Keith Ritter, president of NHL Interactive CyberEnterprises, stated that NHL content shard through the Clip+Sling technology is a “natural fit”, since NHL fans are “the most tech-savvy fans …

Watch Your TV Anywhere with Slingbox Pro

Posted in Digital Video,Sling Media,Television by Chris Weber on January 31st, 2007

Slingbox Media Slingbox Pro Streaming Video DeviceJust can’t bear to miss your favorite television show? Have some time to kill at work? Have to go to junior’s game but you don’t want to miss the big game on TV? The Slingbox Pro from Slingbox Media may be your answer. Slingbox is a media device which connects to up 3 standard definition devices and 1 high-def device to your internet connection and thus to the world. You can control your home theater from anywhere that has an internet connection. You can watch regular cable, pre-recorded shows, on-demand movies, basically anything you can watch in your living room, you can watch on the road.

This has to be one of the greatest advances of the new millennium. I can watch TV from anywhere. It was only a matter of time …

Sling Media to bring TV to Symbian Smartphones

Posted in News,Sling Media by Paul Patterson on October 20th, 2006

Symbian and Sling MediaSling Media Inc. and Symbian Limited recently announced that the two companies are partnering to bring customers the SlingPlayer Mobile TV experience to Symbian-enabled smartphones.

The partnership involves Sling Media porting a version of its SlingPlayer Mobile software application to the Symbian OS in select European and Asian countries during the 4th quarter 2006 and ultimately to the U.S.

The SlingPlayer Mobile service on supported Symbian smartphones will give users access to their living room television to watch recorded shows, pause, and rewind live TV, or even queue new recordings. Any program that can be watched at home will be viewable through a Slingbox on supported Symbian smartphones through standard network connections, such as 3G cellular and WiFi SlingPlayer Mobile.

Sling Media developed the award-winning Slingbox, a device that allows consumers to access their living room television experience at any time, …


Posted in Digital Video,Sling Media,Television by Darrin Olson on September 5th, 2006

SlingBoxThe Sling Media Slingbox is a must have for those of you on the road that want to keep up on your recorded shows at home. If you haven’t ever seen this, you really need to take the time to read this post.

The Slingbox allows you to watch your home television on any PC connected to the internet from anywhere in the world. They even have a Sling Mobile Player for Windows based smartphones. Here’s how it works:

You connect the slingbox to your cabe, dish, DVR, TiVO, security camera feed or any TV input that you have. You have to also have an internet router to connect it to, either with a cable or wireless. Then you install the player software on your PC or Windows mobile device. You …