IPTV Streaming Comes to Microsoft Windows Phone 7 via "Rome"

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Microsoft will soon release a new app for their Windows Phone 7 OS that is expected to offer access to IPTV streaming. The new client codenamed "Rome", is reported to give access to any Mediaroom-based service similar to Xbox 360. The ship date is still a secret however the project is alleged to have been started sometime last year and could possibly launch later this year.

Microsoft "Rome" to bring Mediaroom to Windows Phone 7

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