MobiTV is a new startup in the Bay Area that is partnering with SprintPCS to offer live television to owners of Sprint phones. They are aiming for commuters stuck on trains or in traffic and it definitely sounds like a cool feature that doesn't require one of those Japanese personal video displays or some future video-capable iPod.
After seeing a demo of it, Russell Beattie is convinced mobile TiVo should be the next obvious feature for MobiTV and that it's not a question of if, but when the technology will be available. By the way, SnapStream is the only PVR technology I know of that automatically creates PDA-friendly condensed versions of recorded shows. If you had an iPaq and a SnapStream library, you could script an automatic download to your docked device every morning. I'm sure some of the phones running the microsoft operating systems could also be tweaked to do the same. [thanks Andy]