Known for its live and on-demand mobile video content, MobiTV is expanding its service to TVs and PCs, which the company will demo at this week's CTIA conference.
Known as the DailyCandy-for-men, the newsletter and e-commerce site continues to grow -- this time with funding led by Oak Investment Partners.
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?
MobiTV has struck a new content deal with CBS to include popular shows from the network in its lineup of mobile TV channels.
Facebook is unveiling, YouTube's going Hollywood, Nook Colors are Flashing, Netflix is growing, the White iPhone is coming, and Location Gate continues with Microsoft joining in the mix. All this while the USA tries to catch up with its superslow download speeds. I'd like a Tech Wrap Supreme please to help me digest all of this.
At CTIA 2011, Kyocera unveiled an SDK to encourage development of applications and games that will utilize the Echo's dual screens.
An update to the Samsung Solstice features a touch-screen display and preloaded apps.
T-Mobile's MyTouch family of Android smartphones continues to grow with the announcement of a new model. Find out more about the Android 2.2 device here.
A Silicon Valley startup MobiTV is currently engaged in an almost comedic yet futile effort to scrub a 31 character "secret" URL from the Internet. Who will win? The Digg/Slashdot crowd or MobiTV?
The president of a video-streaming start-up says his lawyers were a little too aggressive in making threats. The score so far: Internet users, 1. Overly aggressive lawyers, 0.