NVIDIA's new Tegra 2 chip features a dual-core CPU for mobile applications and eight independent processors, and is featured in more than 50 tablets in development.
Thurs., Jan. 7, by Adrian Pennington
Posted 07 Jan 2010
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, integration and service are the name of the game, with increased emphasis on mobile video and the digital living room.
Thurs., Jan. 7, by Tim Siglin
Posted 07 Jan 2010
Posted 02 Jan 2010
While not the full Flash solution everyone's been hoping for, several developers have created applications for the iPhone that are pushing the potential boundaries of the mobile device.
Mon, Oct. 5, by Tim Siglin
Posted 05 Oct 2009
Acquisitions expand KIT digital's presence in both the mobile and enterprise markets, while also giving the company a foothold in North America.
Mon., Oct. 5, by Adrian Pennington
Posted 05 Oct 2009
Could an iPhone be your company's next video camera? Magnify Mobile might just make it so.
Thurs., Sept. 24, by Troy Dreier
Posted 24 Sep 2009
Moblin 2.1 can run on anything from mobile phones to full PCs, and its Silverlight and AIR support offers a compelling alternative to the iPhone OS. Also announced were a new GPU and chip enhancements.
Wed., Sept. 23, by Tim Siglin
Posted 23 Sep 2009
Announcements from Vidiator, ADB, and Active Video show how companies are looking to break down barriers between TV, web, and mobile
Posted 12 Sep 2009
Adobe announces bit-level encryption, Envivio provides live iPhone encoding tools, and much more
Thurs., Sept. 10, by Tim Siglin
Posted 10 Sep 2009
The drop in data roaming charges is good news for subscribers, but the consensus is that it's not enough to spur an uptick in mobile video innovation.
Mon., Aug. 31, by Tim Siglin
Posted 31 Aug 2009
In this week's edition of Bandwidth Bastards, our hosts wonder where the live functionality is in the new iPhone app from Qik, offer a sneak preview of the video ad coming in the next Entertainment Weekly, and discuss a study showing that students who learn online learn more.
Mon., Aug 24, by Nico McLane and A.M. Arno
Posted 24 Aug 2009
Live streams to the iPhone are taking off, thanks to Livestation, Akamai, and Inlet.
Tues., Aug. 18, by Troy Dreier
Posted 18 Aug 2009
UK-based Livestation has already rolled out apps for Al Jazeera and BBC Worldwide, and is in talks with CNN, Deutsche Welle, and Russia Today. Delivery is via Akamai Media Delivery, and so bypasses operators.
Wed., Aug. 5, by Adrian Pennington
Posted 05 Aug 2009
In this episode, Tim Siglin explores the benefits of a single codec, H.264, for mobile delivery from two perspectives: a single media server (Wowza, represented by Dave Stubenvoll) and a content delivery network (Mirror Image Internet, represented by Martin Hayward).
Fri., July 24, by Tim Siglin
Posted 24 Jul 2009
Prior to Apple's WWDC event that kicks off today, the Palm Pre and a doubleTwist are making waves.
Mon., June 8, by Tim Siglin
Posted 08 Jun 2009
With content publishers needing to target more and more devices with the same pieces of video, the need is increasing for a solution that efficiently delivers multiple resolutions and bitrates. The Scalable Video Codec extension to H.264 is looking like the best bet.
Tues., April 7, by Jan Ozer
Posted 07 Apr 2009
Apple finally plans to expand video capabilities of both the iPhone and iPod touch, though exactly what form that will take isn't entirely clear.
Wed., Mar. 18, by Tim Siglin
Posted 18 Mar 2009
Despite a slightly smaller show floor than in the past, this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona offered up plenty of mobile streaming news, including new solutions from On2, Media Excel, Mirial, and MobiTV, as well as the Adobe-backed Open Screen Project.
Mon., Feb. 23, by Tim Siglin
Posted 23 Feb 2009
This year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will play host to numerous streaming technology demonstrations, including several that showcase HD video.
Thurs., Feb. 12, by Tim Siglin
Posted 12 Feb 2009