MurrayHR wrote:I can't believe we're even having this discussion. They could easily sell a million Hava machines if they would create a simple app for the blackberry. Pay some programmer $50,000 to create the app and turn around and make millions of dollars in Hava sales. No brainer, right? C'mon Hava, get off your butts.
Actually I know many blackberry and I phone users who are not interested in streaming to their hand held phones. It's a tech fad for tech geeks in my humble opinion. A phone is too small to watch TV on for me. PS I dont work for HAVA.
I am in Taiwan. I took this week of work so I can watch live at home the Stanley Cup Finals, NBA finals, 20 20 cricket, Lions Rugby Tour to South Africa, British Tennis Open. Is having TV content streamed to your phone the only consideration in life? Maybe for you guys but not for me.
Next week I travel to China for a week. I take my laptop and if anything I need to watch I do it on the HAVA. Quite happy with the quality at remote speed 1mb.
There are things I would like HAVA to do now... like uncap the 1mb remote stream but they are working on new products that take priority to that for the moment.
Just my humble opinion ok. I was at computex Taipei alst week and even most of the publishing journos admit that streaming to a phone is an app that a small niche market requires.