By Chuong Nguyen | May 7, 2010 11:56 AM
Despite its efforts to keep the private beta of SlingPlayer Mobile for Android contained to its “secret club” of private beta testers, a message containing information of the Android beta of the place-shifting television technology was leaked onto the Internet:
The wait is finally over! A new private beta is available for the SlingPlayer Mobile for Android. Since your beta profile is a good match for testing, you have the opportunity to join the new beta program.
Please note this is a special invitation so do not share this email or the below URL with anyone else. Also, do not mention you received an invitation, that the beta is starting, or anything that’s related. Due to the overwhelming demand for this program, we’d like to keep things as quiet as possible. Just think of it as a secret club!”
SlingPlayer Mobile is currently available on a number of platforms, including Windows Mobile, and requires the use of a Slingbox to stream live television, cable, or satellite broadcasts to a user’s laptop or smartphone so they can watch what’s at home anytime, anywhere with a broadband connection.
(via: Android and Me)