We've been burned before with the promise of clear, smooth TV on our phones, but we may be ready to open our hearts again if Qualcomm can bring its MediaFLO system to the UK
Qualcomm's MediaFlo heads to Cingular/AT&T.
LG VX9400 would be the first to feature full-length TV programming.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson teases a service that would simultaneously deliver video to many people. It sounds a lot like what Qualcomm tried to do a few years ago.
Verizon is getting closer to launching its mobile TV streaming service with a test on its 4G LTE network at the big race.
It's called multicast, and it's Verizon's way of beaming high-quality video to many people at once.
Company has finally set a date to start offering MediaFlo's live mobile TV service. But the big question is whether anyone will actually tune in.
Verizon Wireless is launching its V Cast TV service on March 1 in select markets, according to the company's Web site.
commentary Mobile Content Venture, a little known, but powerful consortium of broadcasters, wants to deliver local and live TV to phones and tablets. But does anyone care?
Company has just bought some wireless spectrum in the U.K. in what could serve as the basis for a new mobile TV network in Europe.