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ISMA Releases Next Link in Content Delivery Chain

Specification 2.0, based on H.264, is but one of several initiatives designed to create industry-wide standards.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2005

Orb Networks Mobilizes Digital Content Via Streaming

Transforms a home PC into a "personal media portal" that can stream every major digital media format to an Internet-enabled PDA, cell phone, laptop, or remote desktop equipped with either RealPlayer or Windows Media Player.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Oct 2004

NASCAR Hops on the Streaming Bandwagon with Kangaroo.TV

Kangaroo and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series to offer attendees handheld "spectator devices" that allow them to follow live content such as in-truck video feeds, team audio communication, timing data, and scoring information as well as a digital version of the media guide.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Oct 2004

Case Study: Cinequest's Maverick Approach to Streaming

Cinequest Online takes films from analog to digital to streaming in six weeks, giving exposure on the cheap to independent filmmakers and high-quality delivery to movie buffs.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2004

Streaming Media to Mobile Audiences

In 2004, mobile users are signing up for and experimenting with services featuring synchronized audio and video. The first mobile rich media app to launch is video messaging, since it is a straightforward evolution of photo messaging and appeals to our need to communicate personal information.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Feb 2004

Video Platforms For Handhelds

The latest Palm OS handhelds from Palm Computing and Sony, as well as the Pocket PC platforms from HP, Compaq, Casio, and others, have introduced yet another new and diverse set of platforms for which you must learn to encode and optimize video.by Scott Ettin
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Feb 2003

Will The Wireless Industry Do The Right Thing?

It is often said that a person’s true character is demonstrated most clearly in a time of crisis. The same tends to be true for companies and industries as a whole, in which case the wireless industry should soon be showing its true colors. By: Jay Deragon
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Oct 2002

Planet of the Apps (Part II)

Vodafone and other telcos in Europe and the United States have paid billions of dollars for 3G network licenses. Now they need killer apps to match. Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that companies are looking at sociology to help them understand user behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Nov 2001

Planet of the Apps

Vodafone and other telcos in Europe and the United States have paid billions of dollars for 3G network licenses. Now they need killer apps to match. Staff Writer Jason Thompson tells us that companies are looking at sociology to help them understand user behavior.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Oct 2001

Content Prophets: Floating Balloons for Wireless Content

With wireless infrastructures at different stages of development across the globe, the race is on to find the killer wireless app. Staff Writer Ellie Kieskowski tells us that the ongoing trials are bearing out interesting results.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2001

Wireless Streaming: Just Around the Corner

Broadband wireless networks are being created that will enable streaming of rich media to a new breed of portable devices. Is your business ready?
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jul 2000

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