AT&T Mobility is rebranding its U-Verse Live TV streaming service to the more succinct Mobile TV, also promising uniform pricing across all supported devices as well as superior video quality.
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers kick off Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday at approximately 6:20 pm ET. If you can't make it in front of a big-screen TV in time for the festivities, you can turn to mobile.
LAS VEGAS--Dish Network announced a new service the company said will allow Dish subscribers to view live and recorded DVR programs via their mobile devices, and to move programs they recorded on their DVR onto an iPad for offline viewing. The technology helps to highlight the increasingly innovative ways that TV is migrating into the mobile realm as well as Dish's expanding interest in the mobile industry.
Mobile operators are likely to find their wireless broadband networks increasingly used for over-the-top (OTT) TV streaming if new service providers such as NimbleTV have anything to say about it.
Mobile Content Venture, the broadcaster coalition behind the Dyle mobile digital TV effort, is teaming with consumer electronics firm Elgato to introduce EyeTV Mobile, a TV tuner accessory enabling consumers to view live programming via devices running iOS.
The merger of Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile USA subsidiary and MetroPCS Communications not only brings together their respective customer bases and spectrum licenses but also their mobile content efforts, calling into question which services the combined company will continue to offer moving forward.
Making money from mobile services is not getting any easier as highlighted by recent quarterly results , and two Israeli mobile operators are now stepping up their efforts to launch new revenue streams following cutthroat competition in the local mobile market.
U.S. consumers haven't exactly leaped en masse at the chance to watch live broadcast TV on their handsets, so I have to wonder how aggressively operators will jump onto the next generation of mobile TV technologies.
Two separate announcements from Samsung business units highlight the progress in competing approaches for bringing broadcast television to U.S. mobile phones.
MetroPCS will roll out the Dyle mobile digital TV service via Samsung Electronics' forthcoming Galaxy S Lightray 4G smartphone, reportedly slated for release later this month.