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Sling Media has announced that the SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone application it has been developing since June will be delivered to Apple (N…

Sling Media has announced that the SlingPlayer Mobile for iPhone application it has been developing since June will be delivered to Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) for certification in the first quarter of this year. It’s to be sold via the iTunes store, probably for around the same price as its other products ($39), and Sling said it will run over WiFi and 3G. It’ll be demo’d at Macworld.

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  1. "probably for the same price as other products ($39)" are you kidding? Most apps on the app store are $9.99 or less with most apps costing less that $5. Your statement is very misleading. Oh, and if Sling does plan to charge ($39) their adoption rate will be MUCH LOWER than if they price it more reasonably (say $19 or less) by a 3-4x multiple I would guess.

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