Live broadcasting is the next big thing it seems. Kyte.tv lets you do it from your browser or your phone.
Video-broadcasting platform Kyte is adding new ways to get revenue from its video streams, including new advertisers and neat new mobile pages.
Celebrities are often savvy businesspeople, but stepping into the start-up world does not always work out.
Cell phone movies and Kyte.tv
A 13-year-old text-messaging champ; BlackBerry does Windows Mobile; Time Warner wants customers to share their Wi-Fi; high-paying high-tech jobs; and broadcasting yourself with Kyte.tv.
BlogTV now works on your mobile phone.
Stream live video from your phone with Qik.
The world is small. Life is short. But brands still want to be big and have a long life. That's no longer viable. Given the atomization of audience size and behavior, they will need to "shrink," too, if they want to remain able to connect with consumers.
Phones are for talking, but they're also pretty handy for searching for stuff too. Here are some new companies trying to change the way we find things on the go.
SplashCast does some more tweaking to its player, as well as some tweeting, too.