On Monday 16 July 2012 14:37:02 Shaun Laughey wrote:
> > I've wondering if I got a Google TV set-top box
> > if I'd be able to transfer an iPad source to the TV?
> > Anyone know?
Thanks very much for your response.
> You can't move the iPad source to the TV - they don't have anything in
> common. Well apart from some [alleged] mutual patent infrigements but
> that's not the same thing.
>> I can confirm using the official Android version does not by pass the
> controls because it's the BBC servers that do the check.
Hopefully the BBC will extend the service to Androids,
but I haven't seen any suggestion along those lines.
> All of the radio output is available worldwide and I use get_iplayer's very
> nice pvr functions to grab the radio programmes I'd miss during the week to
> listen on my daily commute.
Yes, my wife listens to the Archers every day in Italy.
I told her we couldn't get it, but a guest connected her ...
> But I also went the freeview satellite route for my TV needs. It also works
> for ITV which uses some Microsoft based DRM on their ITV player which
> unsurprisingly didn't work on Linux when I lived in the UK.
I do have freeview in Dublin, I don't know why I stay with Sky.
I guess it is a case of
"And always keep a-hold of Nurse For fear of finding something worse".
There's no way of getting RTE on freeview, is there?
That would be a clincher.
But maybe aertv.ie fills the gap, anyway.
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