I've been thinking about switching, but am worried about going over my data cap that my Internet provider has.
End of 2009 sales predictions:
PS3 - 33 Million 360 - 40 Million Wii - 75 Million
its surprisingly successful despite only offered in the US and few places
Sony is doing an awesome job with Vue. With Android and Roku joining the mix things just keep looking better. They are working tirelessly with local broadcasters to bring regional sports and local channels to the service as fast as possible, and that will greatly help their cause.
It is awesome to see Vue commercials on ESPN, Comedy Central, and countless other channels. They are definitly all in on this, and I am very excited for the future of this service.
I just wish that Music Unlimited would have been kept alive as PlayStation Music under this new managment. MU was supiroir to Spotify in every way. Hopefully Vue will not suffer the tragic fate of MU and end up being the best TV service that never made it.
Stop hate, let others live the life they were given. Everyone has their problems, and no one should have to feel ashamed for the way they were born. Be proud of who you are, encourage others to be proud of themselves. Learn, research, absorb everything around you. Nothing is meaningless, a purpose is placed on everything no matter how you perceive it. Discover how to love, and share that love with everything that you encounter. Help make existence a beautiful thing.
Kevyn B Grams
KBG29 on PSN&XBL
I don't get it. I pay like 50 bucks a month for TV. I get more channels, on demand, DVR and I can stream live on my tablet and phone. I get live sports... everything. I don't see the point in online streaming. Maybe when it's to the point where you can choose exactly which channels you want and pay per... then it will make sense but right now, broadcast TV is still easier to use and superior by miles.