Mobile Video

Mobile video – News, Tips, and trends for mobile video. Mobie video usage has taken off mobile broadband networks, 3G, etc… Combined with access to mobile devices like the iPhone, Palm, and other mobile devices capable of mobile video playback, mobile video proliferation has grown to new heights and continues to grow. Learn about the newest technologies and news related to mobile video at ReelSEO.

Brightcove Moves Beyond Video With Mobile Development Platform, App Cloud

Brightcove Moves Beyond Video With Mobile Development Platform, App Cloud

Brightcove has been a trusted provider of video hosting, distribution, and monetization for publishers and brands for several years. This morning, at their Brightcove Play 2011 conference, CEO and founder, Jeremy Allaire, unveiled a new product aimed at giving publishers the same kind of customizable ...

Android Market Movie Rentals Blocked On Rooted Android Devices

Android Market Movie Rentals Blocked On Rooted Android Devices

Here's something that I'm not at all impressed with on the part of Google and Android. I read over at Engadget that Rooted Android devices won't be able to stream content from YouTube or the Android Market. Now, I don't have any plans at present ...

Hands On With The New Netflix App For Android Devices

Hands On With The New Netflix App For Android Devices

I've been thinking about cutting the cable-TV cord for the last couple years, and just a couple months ago, I finally took the plunge. I had to get creative to watch some of the NHL and NBA playoff games I wanted to see, but overall, ...

Google Drops New Video Services at I/O: Android Movie Rentals & YouTube Live Captions

Google Drops New Video Services at I/O: Android Movie Rentals & YouTube Live Captions

The tech-blogging community has its hands full with all the big announcements Google made at their I/O event this week. There's a new version of Android rolling out to the Motorola Xoom, there's a new cloud-based music storage system, and there are new happenings with ...

Google Android @Home Precursor to Skynet, Terminators?

Google Android @Home Precursor to Skynet, Terminators?

In the Terminator universe, Skynet was the all-encompassing hivemind of the robot revolution. It basically gained self-awareness and then spread itself to every machine with a processor and memory. Well, it seems that Google is a agent of humanity's destruction as it wants to hook ...

Rhythm Reports 36% Growth in Q1 Mobile Video Advertising

Rhythm Reports 36% Growth in Q1 Mobile Video Advertising

Rhythm New Media have put out their Q1 2011 Mobile Video Ad Report and there are some very large numbers in it that show mobile video advertising is on the up and up and is definitely poised to continue that growth trend. Of course, those ...

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC to Offer Movie, TV Rentals on New Superphone, Sensation 4G

HTC recently announced that they will offer an app that will allow the purchase and rental of TV and film right from their new Sensation 4G superphone. They recently invested in OnLive, a video game streaming service (Feb 2011) and made a strategic investment in ...

Time Warner Cable Seeks Judgment on TWCableTV iPad App Legality

Time Warner Cable Seeks Judgment on TWCableTV iPad App Legality

Time Warner, who I wrote about earlier in the week when they hit a snag with their TWCableTV iPad App, has sought a legal judgment on the matter. The Southern District of New York was petitioned by the cable operator about the legality of the ...

Google Android Takes Top Smartphone Operating System Spot, 33% of Market

Google Android Takes Top Smartphone Operating System Spot, 33% of Market

Google Android's expansion in the US smartphone market is continuing to grow as the three month comScore average, ending Febraury 2011, showed that 33% of smartphone users are using Android, up seven percent from 26% during the previous three months ended November 2010. This is ...

Mobile Video Users Jump 40% Says Nielsen, But Growth Rate Declines

Mobile Video Users Jump 40% Says Nielsen, But Growth Rate Declines

Nielsen just released their Q3 and Q4 2010 State of the Media for mobile video usage. In the report they state that mobile video users jumped some 40% just both Q3 and Q4 in year-over-year numbers. That's a pretty massive jump so I thought it ...

Vimeo Finally Launches iPhone App & It's Totally Worth The Wait

Vimeo Finally Launches iPhone App & Its Totally Worth The Wait

Vimeo has been working on an iPhone app for a long time, determined to make it as good as possible. And from the sound of it, they've succeeded, which means the wait has been worth it. Today Vimeo has released a free iPhone app that ...

Android Tablets Make Waves, But Is It Too Late To Catch iPad?

Android Tablets Make Waves, But Is It Too Late To Catch iPad?

When the original iPad launched, there was a great deal of skepticism regarding it's viability--was the world ready for tablet computing? Clearly, Apple has been proven right in that matter, laughing all the way to the bank. And the reviews and early sales of iPad ...

Thwapr Ties QR Code to Mobile Video Viewing, Sort of

Thwapr Ties QR Code to Mobile Video Viewing, Sort of

This is sort of neat, Thwapr, who do mobile video sharing, have now tied in QR codes to their service so that mobile marketing can include video into its mix. Basically you can now scan a QR Code and head straight to a video on ...

Time Warner Cable's New iPad App Sounds Incredibly Dumb

Time Warner Cables New iPad App Sounds Incredibly Dumb

The cable companies & broadcasters are doing everything they can to resist change and save the existing business model. Even as consumers clamor for a la carte options and more online capabilities, the cable companies keep distorting that vision. The latest move comes from Time Warner ...

We Already Have The World's First iPad 2 Movie

We Already Have The Worlds First iPad 2 Movie

You may remember Majek Pictures--the filmmaking duo of Anna Elizabeth James and Michael Koerbel. They're the ones that made waves last June by shooting and editing a short film, "Apple of My Eye," entirely on the iPhone 4. That film has nearly a million views ...