Motorola Working On Video Streaming Device

Speaking at the Reuters Global Media Summit, president of Motorola Mobility Daniel Moloney said that the company is busy working on a standalone device that will be capable of wirelessly streaming video to tablets and phones in the home. The device will be offered through service providers instead of being sold off the shelf, though providers might choose to incur an additional charge for its use. The device might even be used by cable or satellite TV providers as an incentive to stay onboard by providing streaming video. It wasn’t explicitly mentioned which platforms would be supported, but you’d expect Android and iOS to be involved in one way or another.

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