The wireless industry just wrapped up another confab and, judging from all the hype, you'd think every mobile phone owner in America downloads music, googles restaurants and watches TV on their mobile phones nowadays.
Will 2007 be the year American consumers can finally watch live football wherever and however they want? Judging by the onslaught of mobile TV-related announcements and demos (the majority of which made reference to the current football season) at this week's Consumer Electronics Show, the answer is a resounding "Yes."
From weather reports to sports wrap-ups, mobile video content is going local - in a global sort of way.
Money Magazine: TV to Goupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 16:39:00
(or even anything like this), you're in luck: The three biggest wireless carriers in the country--Cingular, Sprint and Verizon Wireless--have incorporated video programming into their mobile-phone service. ...
Money Magazine: TV to Goupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00
Does the idea of being away from the television on game day give you the shakes? When you come home, do you--even before you put down your keys--reach for the remote? If you're somewhat like this (...