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Displaying items by tag: Mobile TV

If your Optus mobile plan qualifies for select free video streaming, then you’ll be beaming to discover Stan and ABC iView now added to your TV watchlist.

Published in Mobility

Wi-Fi connectivity at home is growing at a rapid rate for consumers all around the world with the average home now having six media devices connected to its Wi-Fi network – but it’s not all smooth sailing with a disparity between consumer expectations and performance of their networks.

Published in Wi-Fi

Asia Pacific Drives Demand for New Global TV App with 2 Million Users Viewing More Than 25 Million Minutes of Content

Monday, 09 November 2009 16:37

Australia scores Ericsson's AsiaPac TV centre

Ericsson has opened a TV centre in Melbourne to support customer deployments of IPTV and mobile TV services throughout the Asia Pacific region.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 14 October 2009 08:17

Improved Mobile Foxtel an iPhone exclusive - for now

More than 30 Mobile Foxtel channels with improved audio and video quality are now available to iPhone users on Telstra's Next G network.
Published in Mobility
Reduced levels of customer churn, revenue and subscriber growth have emerged as major benefits to telecommunications companies from the bundling of services, with a prediction that single-service offerings may soon be a thing of the past.

Published in Home Tech
Sunday, 07 June 2009 15:01

Mobile video market set to explode

The mobile video market, particularly in the Asia Pacific region, is set to explode over the next six years, with a forecast 534 million users worldwide by 2014.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 29 April 2009 07:47

Biggest Loser biggest on 3

The Biggest Loser has drawn a big audience among 3's mobile phone customers. Subscribers have watched the show on their handsets more than 350,000 times.

Thursday, 12 March 2009 16:03

Nokia N85 joins Telstra's Next G brigade

Although 2100MHz 3.5G networks have the widest range of 3G handsets available for it, the 850MHz network (as used by Telstra, AT&T, Rogers and others) still has all the major players making top models working on the frequency, with the N85 (arguably better than the N96) now joining the line-up.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 12 March 2009 02:06

Why we need high upstream bandwidths

When Sol Trujillo announced plans to upgrade Telstra's HFC network to the 100Mbps downstream bandwidths of DOCSIS 3.0 he claimed that Telstra's research had identified demand for the increased upstream bandwidth of 2.0Mbps. Research released by Ericson and CNN appears to confirm this.

Published in Market
The ‘international business elite’ are increasingly accessing the Internet while on the move, with a growing need for more flexibility to view television content on their laptops as well as on their desktop computers and mobile devices.
Published in Deals
Thursday, 19 February 2009 09:08

Is the force with 3 Mobile's new $19 cap?

The battle to churn mobile customers over to different networks is continuing at full pelt in 2009, with 3 Mobile tempting “value seeking” consumers with a new $19 monthly “cap” plan that gives $70 worth of calls (and more) – but at 45c per 30 seconds.

Published in Strategy
A bunch of Optus mobile customers with Nokia N96 phones are getting to enjoy the benefits of digital video broadcast to handheld (DVB-H) services under Australia's second trial of the technology which delivers up to 30 video channels over a single 7MHz UHF TV broadcast channel.

Tuesday, 20 January 2009 16:27

Ustream.TV app for iPhone - buffering hell!

The iPhone’s first video streaming app, Ustream.TV, is finally available as a free download for the iPhone 1G, 2G and apparently the iPod Touch 2G only, but while it’s nice, it buffers way too much to actually be useful.

Published in Market
Free live streaming of the Seven Network’s Australian Open 2009 tennis is being offered to Optus 3G mobile subscribers, except those using the iPhone, with plenty of other video content and news as part of the package.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 16 December 2008 11:13

BigPond News available in 'œ3D' wall

Shrugging off the exclusion from the NBN process, Telstra has leveraged technology from a company called “CoolIRIS” to deliver a pretty “3D” news wall that also shows images and videos from a range of other sites, including YouTube, Deviant Art, Google and others – but is it real 3D?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Friday, 28 November 2008 11:30

Are seniors an "EasyTouch" for Telstra?

Telstra's eyeing up the senior market with a new 3G phone designed with older users in mind, although anyone that prefers 'just a phone' might see that with the EasyTouch Discovery, there's more than meets the eye.

Published in Mobility
Billed as “the world’s most advanced social networking phone”, and by some as being “INQ”-redible (while looking similar to the Nokia N85), the INQ1 has been designed to integrate your Facebook, Skype, email and Windows Live Messenger “life” and contacts in arguably the most advanced way possible – but is it something competitors will quickly copy?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Forget about sticking your laptop on the passenger side front seat if you want an in-car computer, you can now have a real Windows XP or Vista computer installed where your car radio would normally go for the complete computer-on-wheels experience. Is it any good, and what’s an alternative that works with higher-end mobile phones?

Published in Fuzzy Logic
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