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A new report from the World Bank shows the impact of mobile technologies in facilitating human and economic development.
YouTube is widening the beta for its live-streaming video technology and letting in more users. It's the latest in a series of steps to give users and viewers live streaming.
Company's new iPhone apps framework already has some users, thanks to Universal Music Group. Artists with Kyte apps include Soulja Boy, The Pussycat Dolls, and Keri Hilson.
Largest of the top four recording companies pens an agreement that will give its artists the ability to easily post streaming video.
Video-broadcasting platform Kyte is adding new ways to get revenue from its video streams, including new advertisers and neat new mobile pages.
The service's Mobile Producer app is now available on numerous S60 phones, but it's not aimed at the end user.
IT needs to get a grip on the sprawling number of computing applications springing up on corporate networks. They're often costly in the long run.
Famous as a haven for anonymous voyeurs, the streaming-video site will now let you filter through chat rooms to find out where your real friends are.
Tune in to CNET TV for a live interview with Kyte founder Daniel Graf.
Live broadcasting is the next big thing it seems. Kyte.tv lets you do it from your browser or your phone.