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U-Verse adds live TV streaming via web and iPad now; iPhone and Android later

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  1. Athlon646464

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    U-Verse adds live TV streaming via web and iPad now; iPhone and Android later

    Following the lead of several other TV providers, AT&T U-verse has launched internet streaming for some of the channels it carries.

    Subscribers can tune into up to 108 channels while at home, and about 25 while away from home either on Uverse.com or on the U-verse for iPad app.

    The new iPad app launched on September 30th and Uverse.com streaming went live on the 4th.

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    Update: U-Verse live TV streaming comes to iPhone

    AT&T is ahead of schedule in bringing live U-Verse TV streaming to mobile devices: it just updated the service's iPhone app several days earlier than promised.

    As on the iPad, U-Verse subscribers with iPhones can now watch up to 108 live channels while at home, and as many as 25 when they're away.

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    Update: U-Verse live TV streaming reaches Android, including tablets

    AT&T's live U-Verse TV streaming has at last reached Android. Subscribers can now watch over 100 live channels from their Google-powered hardware, including more than 20 channels that are available away from home.

    The U-Verse app also supports Android tablets for the first time, the carrier says.

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