Adobe's Flash 10.1, which has been in Beta on some smart phones since October, will get a big push into the mobile ecosystem next week when Adobe and many industry partners are expected to to announce key partnership at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Transpera, the fast-growing mobile video ad network solution has raised an additional $2 million in venture funding, according to mocoNews.
Adobes CTO Kevin Lynch: Video Content will be Soon be Created for the Mobile Device first in “Total Reversal” of Form Factor
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – With smart phone sales outpacing PC sales, mobile devices represent "the future of media" and video producers will soon begin to produce videos for the small screen first,
NBC Sports will announce plans today to use Microsoft Silverlight as the software for Web viewing the Winter Olympics Games in the United States.
Transpera, the largest mobile video delivery and ad network in North America, has lined up many of the industry's leading publishers including msnbc.com, CBS.com, Showtime, Disney, and MTV.
ESPOO, FINLAND – Earlier today Nokia filed suit in a U.S. federal court alleging patent infringement by Apple and iPhone. The Wall Street Journal reports the matter has to do with wireless standards.
Flash, the pervasive rich media application, will finally be available on a range of mobile devices with the release of Flash Player 10.1, the company has announced.
RealNetworks released RealPlayer SP today, a software application which allows users to sync videos to a number of mobile devices including the iPhone, BlackBerry, and Palm Pre.
Watching video on a BlackBerry right now is not the best experience — it involves a download then playback. According to a post on the Boy Genius Report, support for Flash Video and Silverlight will be streaming to the BlackBerry in around 12 months.
NPR has expanded its mobile offering with a new iPhone application including audio and text transcriptions, paidContent reported last night.
Qik, the mobile video platform, is being integrated into Brightcove, the big video services company. Initially, mobile users will be able upload files, but soon after they will be able to stream live to Brightcove-powered sites.
Reuters, the giant global news and information company, is expanding the offering of its content via mobile with the launch of an iPhone application and an application for Nokia's OVI store.
As the lights go out today on analog television broadcast as part of the long-planned transition to digital, frequencies in several markets carry television signals to mobile phones.
Consumption of news on mobile devices is on the rise. At The New York Times, there were 60 million mobile views in April, nearly double the number from April 2008.
The New York Times has internally developed, in collaboration with Palm, an application for the new smart phone called the Pre.
Earlier this month, Verizon introduced the Mi-Fi service, which allows for up to five Wi-Fi connections from pretty much anywhere the carrier has 3G coverage.
CARLSBAD, Calif – Wireless giant Verizon is preparing its network to launch 4G technology in 20 to 30 markets in 2010, the company’s spokesman John Johnson told Beet.TV at the D: All Things Digital conference.
CARLSBAD, Calif — Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo is interviewed by Almar Latour about the iPhone's impact on the cellphone market. Kallasvuo calls the introduction of the iPhone a "wake up call" to his company.
LAS VEGAS — Live television delivery to mobile devices is a big focus of working groups and exhibitors here at the annual NAB convention, according to Chris Brown, the NAB executive in charge of the show.
Msnbc.com has announced that it has expanded its offering of television news programming to mobile devices through an alliance with Transpara. NBC News shows to be sent to mobile devices will include "Today," "Nightly News with Brian Williams" and "Meet the Press."