Rubberduck, a provider of streaming mobile TV services, announced support for a wide range of new touch phones, through an in-house developed Java application. The Java client also runs on Symbian devices from Nokia and Sony Ericsson ahead of a dedicated app, expected with the launch of Symbian^4 in 2011.Read more
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SPB Software has updated the Windows Mobile version of its flagship application SPB TV to version 2.0. Due to support from advertising revenues the program is now free-of-charge and subscription-free.Read more
Rubberduck, a provider of streaming mobile TV services, is upscaling initiatives in HTTP streaming. The HTTP streaming infrastructure is already completely integrated with the company’s technical platform.Read more
The Channer is a Barcelona based start-up that brings all available TV content on the web to your mobile phone. The app also allows you to connect to your social networks and comment on the content you are watching.Read more
Smartphone.Biz-News.com spoke to Miguel Angel Silva, Chief Commercial Officer at Rubberduck that was one of the first companies in Europe to launch commercial off-deck mobile TV and mobile radio services.Read more
MobiTV has added two million new subscribers in less than six months, taking its total to more than seven million.
The company says that better viewing experiences, advances in technology and higher awareness
are all helping boost adoption levels.
DiBcom has signed a partnership agreement with Solaris Mobile to use its receiver technology to enable mobile devices to receive content such as mobile TV transmitted by satellite.
The link-up centres around Solaris’ recently launched Eutelsat W2A satellite, which carries Europe’s first S-Band payload.
INTERVIEW: Anders Norström, managing director of MobiTV Europe, talks to smartphone.biz-news about the company’s expansion plans and the growing consumer appetite for mobile TV.
The California-based operation now offers content and primetime channels to over 6 million subscribers on more than 350 handset models on its managed mobile media service.
The UK’s mobile content and services market could be in for tough times if research from mobile research and analyst house Direct2 Mobile bears out.
Its survey found that over 7 per cent of consumers have stopped, or intend to stop, their spend on content and services until better economic conditions emerge.
The switchover to all-digital television broadcasting in the US and other major countries will create an unprecedented opportunity for the mobile TV market.
A study from ABI Research forecasts that traditional and mobile TV broadcasters and cellular operators in many regions will launch mobile TV services that will attract over 500 million viewers by 2013.