If you've got a SlingBox and an iPhone, you could previously fork over another $37 to get the SlingPlayer app and watch your home TV and recordings ... over Wi-Fi, which kind of defeated the whole purpose of mobile watching (aren't you usually home already when you're on Wi-Fi?).
But Sling and AT&T have reached an agreement on 3G streaming, so the SlingPlayer will get an upgrade to truly mobile TV streaming as soon as Apple approves the upgrade. Existing SlingPlayer owners will get the upgraded version free. Would watching your Sling content over 3G make sense for you, or is this a whole lot of money to spend when there's already lots of streaming TV on the web? [NYTimes via Gizmodo]