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Live TV on your phone and tabletThere's a new way to watch live TV on the go. Previous attempts at streaming local television signals to smartphones have failed, but the new no-subscription Dyle service is betting that folks will tune in. Bridget Carey chats with CNET Executive Editor...
I am Bridget Carey week -- CNET and say it's cute and I'm here with -- change. Our executive editor who -- talk about. -- new air -- TV and you're Smart about puts it in about this isn't a service called dial. That -- until light streaming television this is not to eat at and you have the first found when. As is out there I've got CES Samsung galaxy S light -- forgy. From alcohol isn't powerful it's not the first phone that is -- service that's only available on MetroPCS is actually available today launching today and and it's the first -- -- picks up on live TV signals here -- -- -- again and BC and fox. It's pretty good considering that I'm at my office I can't get in on a regular eighteen -- -- right I was surprised. But with arresting to me -- -- changes that we seen this technology before. Over two years ago. It failed a session with Qualcomm. TV service and similar services. Taking so long press -- And that's exactly like the story is so fast it. There are a lot of factors of why it took so long -- to come out one it's tremendous risk for the broadcasters for doing this. To mean the technology it's it's. Not exactly widely used. If companies want people actually. -- -- -- -- -- -- It's -- then but -- know if you -- -- -- -- friend. Well it's it's pricey it's it's a little clock and this is. This phone is eighty dollars more expensive than the most expensive -- this. Press and a smaller going to be seen more devices that just add on and dongle to sustain device for is that exactly it upheld you know god -- coming out with these dongle which plug in your iPad basically turn into second life. And I can definitely tell that sports an -- frank -- exports an arrow shirt for -- experience is its idea like that. And and what about cord -- -- -- cord cutters again like I'm someone who doesn't pay for cable TV. Areas where -- antenna can pick up. Certain channels this is you know it's not the best substitute but. It's a decently on -- and safety in mind your TV you can actually turn this into. Here shuttle is there any clear if people in line has -- -- and -- right that's the other big risk is. As you mentioned -- the -- pass attempts to. Deal device that works. So that's the big question from news to people really want this to people people paid us -- -- I group in Florida where. Twenty years ago we had hurricane -- everyone gathered around the battery powered television to get like news and we digital television is harder now right so this I can see is being very painful or being able that -- Atlantans during a power outage so. Let's see how that developed sensing imagine. For CNET Andreychuk -- thinks --