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Tv on your Mobile Update

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by Monty Burns, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. Monty Burns

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    What is the point?


    Some of these mobile phone screens are difficult to see as it is, so trying to watch a T.v programme on them will do more damage to the eyes.

    It is bad enjough people walking around trying to text and bumping into everyone, now we are going to have them watching T.V

    It gets worse.

    Don't people realise this is just another money making racket and they are being sucked into it?
     
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    Totaly agree, well almost....

    I occasionaly watch episodes of BSG on my mda3 when I get bored and im on the tube but thats it, I wouldn't pay for live tv! (MDA 3 has a nice big screen and it turns sideways to give widescreen as well)

    Hmmm .... then again, if i'd of been able to do that at Reading Festival during the Ashes ... then maybe I just might of done instead of connecting to the net every 15 minutes.

    It does have its uses, just VERY limited.

    I just posted this as i stumbled across it bored at work and thought there might be people interested in it.
     
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    I nearly rode into someone today because they stepped off the pavement, while reading their text message. what is it going to be like when they are able to watch T.V?
     
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    Guns are perfectly safe when handled correctly ..... its not the tool, its the tool thats using it.

    Welcome to Darwins world.
     
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    After the first few days - pretty quiet, I'd say. The hospitals will be busy, though :rotfl:
     
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    I think I'll use my TV for watching TV.

    I am sure they aren't going to do it for free, so why pay a TV licence, subscription for Sky and then pay again for something so small you can't see it.
     
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    Ummm .... coz you can't carry your Sky box, sat dish and TV around with you in a convenient little package that sits on your belt or coat pocket?
     

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