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Submitted by hitthegspot 2382d ago | article

IPTV Enthusiasts Hail PlayOn Software

TMC Net:
Darren Gladstone, a senior writer at PC World, reports that PlayOn, a software that he says "could ruin everything for cable providers – if the bugs are ever ironed out."

Specifically, Gladstone reports, the software allows users to stream nearly any show to an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, with just a PC and an Internet connection. (PC, PS3, Tech, Wii, Xbox 360)

hitthegspot  +   2382d ago
This software is awesome. Try the trial, it hooked me. My kids use the service to watch all the old shows that I use to love.
dericb11  +   2382d ago
Yeah I just gave it and try. Really impressive stuff. I hope more networks join in. I also hope they do console specific updates in the future. The 50 million PS3 folders make it slow.
Ray186  +   2382d ago
TVersity do this for free?

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