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US mobile data outpaces Europe

– UK (19.35 per cent) – US (18.88 per cent) – India (10.82 per cent) – South Africa (8.82 per cent) – Indonesia (4.08 per cent) Adam Kerr, VP of…

T-Mobile Dutch mobile TV

The channels will be distributed via the T-Mobile's UMTS/HDSPA network, using the Windows Media player, Real Time Streaming Protocol, H.264 video-coding and AAC+ audio-codec…

Telcel, ROK mobile TV Service for Mexico

Powered by ROK technologies, Ideas TV will offer 10 channels, to include 3 live channels and 7 pre-recorded looped channels, and will be available to Telcel's 3G customers. The service…

Handheld Olympics a hit

Alcatel-Lucent supports trial of BCAST mobile TV

The trial, which began in early this month, is based on Alcatel-Lucent’s industry-leading Mobile Interactive TV solution, which will power the DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) platform for the trial. The…

Asia, Latin America want news and sport on mobile TV

Of consumers interested in mobile TV, 72 per cent of consumers were very likely or likely to watch mobile TV if they are able to receive free, local broadcasts on…

KPN mobile TV

The service is made available through a broadcast network based on the Digital Video Broadcast for Handheld (DVB-H), the European standard for mobile television, and can be watched on DVB-H-enabled…

Entertainment drives BRIC mobile Internet growth

According to Nielsen, entertainment, gaming, and music websites rank among the top five categories visited in all four BRIC countries, but do not have a place among the top US…

BigPond flooded by Olympic demand

Justin Milne, BigPond group general manager predicted the Olympics – for which Telstra is the official mobile carrier – would be a watershed moment in the development of the mobile…

3.4% of Olympics viewers use CMMB devices

The survey found that the 98.1 per cent of individuals watched or listened to the ceremony. Of these, 97.7 per cent viewed the ceremony on television, while 13.7 per cent…