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Time Warner Cable Launches iPad App With Live TV 141

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the padding-your-nielsons dept.
ShadowFoxx writes "Time Warner Cable Inc. is launching an iPad application that plays live TV, becoming the first cable company to do so. The app will be free to download on Tuesday morning, but it will only work for people who subscribe to both video and Internet service from the New York-based cable company. Even then, it only works in the home, when the iPad is connected to the company's cable modem via a Wi-Fi router."
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Time Warner Cable Launches iPad App With Live TV

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  • uh (Score:5, Insightful)

    by mingot (665080) on Tuesday March 15, 2011 @04:14PM (#35496674)
    Uh, then who cares? I mean unless you really need to watch TV on the crapper.
  • In Which Case (Score:4, Insightful)

    by techsoldaten (309296) on Tuesday March 15, 2011 @04:47PM (#35497084) Journal

    In which case, I can use my iPad to watch live TV while I am watching live TV on my TV. It's like picture in picture that I can actually hold and it doesn't stop me from using picture in picture AGAIN while I am watching.

    The drawback is that this means no more beating off to Telemundo with the sound off, my hands are going to be too busy flipping around the iPad while I work the remote to capture the money scenes on the DVR and watch them in slomo.

    Next we NEED a DVR app for the iPad.

If this is timesharing, give me my share right now.