Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Verizon plans to allow live TV streaming to iPad

NewTeeVee has an interesting report today about Verizon allow its FiOS subscribers to watch live TV on their iPad.

Customers can expect the new App early next year, though subscribers with iPad will only be able to watch linear programming in their own home.

For you and me, this means you can have a mobile TV. If you need a TV in the bonus room, just take your iPad. Want one one on the front porch? Just take your iPad.

So let us pray that all cable and satellite companies come on board with something similar.

Other companies like Time Warner Cable and Comcast have demoed some iPad apps but they were more about using the tablet as a remote, not as a screen.

6 comments:

A Fitzpatrick said...

What will be even better is when Verizon Wireless and AT&T Wireless allow stream video to the iPad and other tablets over their 3G/4G networks.

Alan
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yuda s said...

good article. i will back to readmore.

rashid1891 said...

For you and me, this means you can have a mobile TV. If you need a TV in the bonus room, just take your iPad. Want one one on the front porch? Just take your iPad.

Read more: http://langstonwertz.blogspot.com/2010/08/verizon-plans-to-allow-live-tv.html#ixzz16eESLpYq

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unfortunately, i don't have ipad T_T