Although adoption of mobile TV is booming in many parts of the world, many U.S. consumers have been slower to warm up to the new technology offered by companies such as Siano.
YouGov has released a new research report for the United Kingdom that shows the promise of advertising on smartphone mobile is not as rosy as some may think.
When HBO GO launched last year, cable provider Time Warner was not part of the mix. That will be changing in the coming weeks, as HBO GO for TWC rolls out first in beta and then for everyone.
DDT Software has announced the release of a new app that many mobile TV users have been clamoring for: a mobile TV DVR.
Amazon challenges the current king of the Mobile TV party, the Apple iPad, with the release of its own low-priced tablet.
A recent study shows that viewers are more likely to watch longer clips and complete videos on a tablet than on a desktop PC or a mobile TV device.
Yahoo has dived headfirst into the new mobile-TV-plus-social-interaction game with its new IntoNow mobile TV app and is actually getting some pretty rave reviews.
Is Flash even needed on mobile phones? Apparently not. HTML5 is the new king, and Adobe is getting behind it in a big way.
Device Central is the hub that brings all the content together for testing, emulation, design, rendering and deployment for mobile devices.
Customers can now get the U-verse wireless receiver, which gives its U-verse subscribers the ability to move their TV anywhere for maximum entertainment.
Under the agreement, Yandex, Russia’s search engine to Google, will be installed on Samsung’s Bada mobile phones that ship to consumers in Russia.
The company is setting in motion a new initiative to engage its customers into using apps on their phones to interact and organize their mobile TV watching.
The Yap.TV app is one of a new breed of apps that makes TV social and portable, with friends watching and interacting via mobile.
EarthSearch Communications would have the power of Rogue’s TV Tune-In applications to complement the company’s GPS hardware solutions and enterprise initiatives.
Air will be used to create unique interfaces as well as interactive games on TVs and mobile devices.
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