The private software developer company Skobos, has released news of the availability of their new flagship personal television program called â€˜Skobosâ€™. The program is currently available for Appleâ€™s OS X operating systems and runs as a Universal program on both PPC and Intel built microprocessors.
Londonderry, NH -(RUSHPRNEWS) April 11, 2008 â€“ Own a Mac computer? Like to watch television? Want to watch television on your Mac desktop or laptop computer anytime or anywhere thereâ€™s a high-speed connection? Whether youâ€™re plugged in or on wireless, interactive television will never be the same and the program Skobos can prove it to you.
â€œThe time for the acceptance of a software television by the public-at-large is fast approaching and we (Skobos) are going to be in the lead when it arrives. For a few years now IPTV, made mostly available for Microsoft operating systems have created a huge lead among the personal usage of IPTV, up until now that is.â€ says Chuck Grieves, owner of Skobos.
While the term of â€˜Personal Televisionâ€™ conjures up memories of a small B&W 5â€ battery operated television, this software is miles ahead of that technology. The motto of their logo says it all. â€œTravel The World One Channel at a Timeâ€.
â€œWe wanted the Skobos program to be as interactive as possible with each users personality in mind. From the see-through windows that matchup seamlessly for any desktop background image, to the opportunity to control via real-time voting; what channels are kept and what ones are excluded from the next bi-monthly update. It becomes pure user interactivity in every sense of the word.â€
â€œAs for Social Networking, the act of conversing with people half-a-world-away that may be watching the same channel you are in real-time, is amazing and offers as yet untapped opportunities that Skobos is uniquely poised for. The future of Internet Television is here and now.â€
The current 160+ channels of the Skobos program (version 1.0.1) links to the broadcasts of everything from 24 hour News, Music, & Variety shows, to live broadcasts streaming from around the world. Watch Television from Russia to Iraq, China to someplace in Hometown USA, or Lebanon to Czechia at the speed of a mouse click.
The Skobos program offers its users a friendly, interactive, and low-cost effective way to travel the world, one channel at a time.
For additional information concerning this release or of the Skobos program, you can visit their website at https://www.skobos.com. Chuck Grieves has owned Skobos for over seven years and is the Chief Programmer for the Skobos project.
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