Sony puts TV on Symbian too

Sony's place-shifting software to be available for download on SonyEricsson P990 phone

SonyEricsson P990

Imitation is the highest form of flattery, right?

Then Sling Media should be pink with pride today. The same day the Slingbox maker announced its video place-shifting technology would be available on mobile phones running Symbian OS, Sony announced that it too would make its LocationFree TV software available for download to a Symbian-based phone, the SonyEricsson P990 smart phone.

It's not immediately clear in what countries this will be available, or when the downloading can begin. A visit to the Sony support site says the software is "coming soon."

Click here for CNET Reviews' take on LocationFree TV.

(Photo: SonyEricsson)

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