According to Engadget, Sling has confirmed that a SlingBox client for the Palm OS is in the works:

After a bit of googling, I can offer you the following explanation of the raison-d-etre of the SlingBox:

Basically, a SlingBox gobbles up the antenna signal of your TV and then forwards it onto the internet. You can then tune in with a client. Essentially, this seems to be a more-less free version of MobiTV – but nevertheless, all Palm OS software that comes out is great!

Will you get the client when it comes out? Do you have a SlingBox?

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2 Responses to “SlingBox client coming for Palm OS”

  1. I don’t know…but the logo on the box sounds something else to me….

    Remember, Palm is a hardware company, they do make deveices running by M$ Windows Mobile OS, not only Palm OS…..

    just my 2 cents.

  2. Hi UTP,
    but as said, Engadget got confirmation from the manufacturer…

    Best regards
    Tam Hanna

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