Rockwell, Mark
January 2007
Wireless Week;1/1/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Slingbox's discussion with wireless telecommunication carriers regarding its service, that permits customers to view their home broadcast and cable television programming via download to their wireless gadgets. Some carriers claim that the service uses their networks which might cause unauthorized traffic. Patrick Ross of the Progress and Freedom Foundation cites that the legality of the service remains unclear.


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