Mark Bridge writes:
At 12 noon today, Hans Eriksson of Bambuser will end his 24-hour non-stop mobile broadcasting challenge.
He’s been in London with an iPhone and a seemingly endless supply of batteries, enjoying off-beat destinations at the direction of his online audience.
Hans Eriksson of Bambuser in London
Hans Eriksson, Executive Chairman of mobile video streaming service Bambuser, is in London for a 24-hour non-stop mobile video broadcast. Mark Bridge talks to him as he prepares to test his company's technology - and test the power of social networking, too.
Orange has announced an exclusive partnership with French music streaming brand Deezer.
It’s launched Deezer Mobile in the UK as an exclusive service for Orange ‘pay monthly’ users. Customers on the ‘Panther’ price plan will have ad-free mobile music streaming included as part of their tariff.
Google has launched a new music streaming service, although it's only available as a beta version for US-based customers at the moment.
Music Beta by Google lets consumers upload their personal music collection and then stream it to their Android phone, Android tablet or computer.
Amazon.com has launched a new music service called Amazon Cloud Drive, along with web-based and Android-based music players. It enables customers to store music online and then play it on any Android mobile device or web-connected computer.
Customers can save new Amazon MP3 purchases in 'the cloud' and can also upload their existing MP3 or AAC music collection.