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Placeshifting just seems to make so much more sense when you can shift to your handset. Sling recognized that last year (though its Symbian support is still a no-show unless you're on 3) and now Monsoon's hopping on the mobile video bandwagon, adding Windows Mobile support to its HAVA line of places

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May 29, 2007 at 3:50AM
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If you can't quite scrape together the cash for one of HAVA's high-end placeshifters, you might be into Snappy's new HAVA Gold, which sheds the WiFi and internal tuner of its big brother, slims down considerably and adds an extra audio input. The best news is the $129 pricetag and complete HAVA sof

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Snappy's HAVA is a bit of a dark horse in the remote TV viewing world, being overshadowed by Slingbox and all. But nonetheless, it soldiers on, sending your favorite programs out over your home network and then out over the great series of tubes. However, that little box just got a nice upgrade -- o

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Snappy's HAVA is a bit of a dark horse in the remote TV viewing world, being overshadowed by Slingbox and all. But nonetheless, it soldiers on, sending your favorite programs out over your home network and then out over the great series of tubes. However, that little box just got a nice upgrade -- o

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