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Nokia: entertain yourselves

Nokia believes up to a quarter of the entertainment consumed by people in five years time will have been created, edited and shared within their peer circle rather than coming…

Mobile TV: Subscribers but no profits

According to Mobile TV: Business Models and Opportunities from Screen Digest, MNOs must offer mobile TV but won't make any money from it in the near term. Looking across 25…

EU stands by DVB-H

DVB-H will be the European Union’s standard for mobile television broadcasting, the European Commission said as it tries to boost the mobile broadcasting sector.”DVB-H will be published by the Commission…

Countries unhappy over EU DVB-H ruling

The EU's decision to back DVB-H technology as the standard for mobile TV broadcasts in all member countries is under attack from Germany, Britain and the Netherlands. EU media commissioner…

Verizon on all devices

Verizon Wireless plans to open its mobile network to all devices and mobile Internet applications next year. The company has unveiled a package of free software to try to stimulate…

3G LTE: future of mobile broadband

Juniper Research predicts that subscriber numbers for 3G LTE (Long Term Evolution) will approach 24 million by 2012, just two years after the early versions of the technology are expected…

Telefónica extends Imagenio to mobile

From David Del Valle in Madrid Telefónica is to extend its IPTV service, Imagenio, one of the most successful IPTV operators in Europe, to mobile phones in the first half…

Mobile adult content revenues $3.5bn by 2010

The increasing adoption of streamed video and video chat services, fuelled by a sharp rise in the adoption of 3G services, will push revenues derived from mobile adult services to…

Multimedia mobiles set to surpass TV shipments

According to research consultancy MultiMedia Intelligence, worldwide unit shipments of multimedia feature rich mobile phones will exceed 300 million units in 2008, outnumbering shipments of TV sets. Multimedia phones have…

Spain puts DVB-H TV on hold

From David Del Valle in Madrid The launch of DVB-H mobile TV in Spain has been put on hold until the next Government’s mandate following the general elections in March…