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After FloTV Debacle, Qualcomm Finding New Use for Broadcast Know-How

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When Qualcomm sold its FloTV spectrum to AT&T last year, many assumed that was the end of the chip maker’s broadcast ambitions. The spectrum sale, for more than $2 billion, appeared to mark the conclusion of an expensive, painful chapter for the company in which it tried and failed to...
After FloTV Debacle, Qualcomm Finding New Use for Broadcast Know-How
LG Optimus G official: quad-core flagship hits Korea next month, global launch to follow

How to watch live digital TV on an iPad mini or Galaxy Note 2

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Outside of the U.S., mobile television is a bit more accessible. In Europe and Asia, for example, there are heavily used standards with solid backing, while here we’ve seen most efforts turn into relative flops. That leaves it up to the consumer to find solutions. And there are a number of...
How to watch live digital TV on an iPad mini or Galaxy Note 2

Juniper Research: We’ll watch 3 hours of TV per month on our tablets by 2014

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Research firm Juniper Research released a report on mobile television this morning, forecasting that we’ll soon be watching more than 3 hours of TV per month on our tablets. Raise your hand if you already clock that on a daily basis! Zooming in on the tablet market, also known as...
Juniper Research: We’ll watch 3 hours of TV per month on our tablets by 2014

New MetroPCS Phone Offers Mobile TV Programming: Worth It?

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The Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G debuted on the budget carrier on Friday, the latest phone to offer mobile television programming. But is it bound to fail like every other mobile TV device before it?...
New MetroPCS Phone Offers Mobile TV Programming: Worth It?

Spotify Extends Free Listening ‘Honeymoon’ in U.S.

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Spotify users who don’t want to pay to add 16 million-plus tracks to their music collections can rest easy, for now. On Thursday morning, Spotify announced that it will extend its free, unlimited offering, so anyone can listen to as much music as they want, as many times as they...
Spotify Extends Free Listening ‘Honeymoon’ in U.S.

iPad, iPhone can pick up live TV with EyeTV add-on

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The iPad and iPhone accessory is the second product to work with Dyle's mobile television service, which picks up local channels. [Read more]...
iPad, iPhone can pick up live TV with EyeTV add-on

MobiTV Withdraws IPO Filing

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MobiTV Inc. has withdrawn its plans for an initial public offering, citing unfavorable market conditions. The mobile-television provider unveiled plans last August to raise up to $75 million to fund working capital needs. In a filing at the time, it said it intended to use the funds to expand internationally...
MobiTV Withdraws IPO Filing

Giving Mobile TV Another Go With Dyle

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When you “watch TV” on your iPhone or iPad, you’re probably watching premium TV content you’ve purchased or rented from a service like iTunes, Netflix or Amazon Instant Video. What I’ve been testing over the past week is different from that. It’s called Dyle, and it’s a mobile TV service...
Giving Mobile TV Another Go With Dyle
Verizon CEO teases cable TV for mobile phones, if SpectrumCo deal goes through

12 Broadcast giants to form a cabal .. err.. a joint venture

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Well this is a rather interesting press release that is making the rounds today. It seems that twelve of the biggest names in American broadcasting are joining together to create a monster national mobile content distribution service. The companies involved are Belo Corp Cox Media Group E.W. Scripps Co....
12 Broadcast giants to form a cabal .. err.. a joint venture

Ericsson eyes Microsoft's mobile-TV service -- report

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The companies could announce a deal in which Microsoft would sell off its mobile-television service, though no prices were divulged. [Read more]...
Ericsson eyes Microsoft's mobile-TV service -- report

Are We Ready For Social TV?

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BBC just published an interesting piece analyzing the potential for Social TV in our lives, and it seems inevitable that we’ll soon be chatting, sharing and browsing through our television.  The piece looks at how mobile television applications and web blogs dissect live TV, and a large percentage of us use...
Are We Ready For Social TV?
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