Sling TV - Take Back TV. One of the cooler announcements at CES 2015 was the Sling TV software. While a slim lineup for $20 a month, Sling TV allows the user to avoid the installation of a $169 box at home on the network. The Slingbox allows access over the Internet to all of the cable or satellite programming you are already paying for, and I use it all the time. However, for travelers without a Slingbox, and are willing to pay $20 a month, any Internet connected device can access news, sports and entertainment channels any time live. This is perfect for foodies like SWMBO, who pretty much only watch the Food channel anyway. Or, if you are a sports fan, you can watch ESPN and ESPN2 all day long. I have a feeling this particular service might be banned in the enterprise; but, if they add more channels, it could kill traditional TV.