Cell TV Remote

Cell TV Remote
technology

So we rib Wired Mag earlier this morning, and now we go and pinch one of their articles (Web 2.0 and it's freedom of ideas - it's so great, no?)...

Guy Brighton
  • 21 september 2005

So we rib Wired Mag earlier this morning, and now we go and pinch one of their articles (Web 2.0 and it’s freedom of ideas – it’s so great, no?) Anyway, October’s issue of Wired suggests that one day we may not only be watching TV on our cell phones, we may be pressing the keys to turn the channels on the box in the corner of the room! Not only that, with a bit of technology, folk can send their camera photos/peer-to-peer-cafe-smut to appear on their home theater screens!

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