Everything Everywhere has appointed Red Bee Media to provide a new mobile TV delivery platform.
It’s part of the company’s plans to upgrade the Orange and T-Mobile mobile TV service. Everything Everywhere says all this activity will help achieve a six-fold increase in its mobile TV subscriber base over the next three years.
Some of the UK's largest technology and media companies are working together to see if unused TV spectrum could be used as an alternative to WiFi and mobile data.
The BBC, BSkyB, BT, Microsoft, Nokia and Samsung are among the companies that have formed the Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium.
Samsung Electronics has revealed a 'Smart View' mobile app that lets users watch content from their Samsung Smart TV on their Samsung mobile phone.
It works by using a home WiFi network to display content from the Samsung Smart TV on the mobile device's screen. The app will display regular TV shows, DVDs and video from any other device connected to the TV.
London-based mobile music recognition service Shazam has raised $32 million in new funding. The money will be used to help the company grow and develop its mobile applications.
Shazam is approaching 150 million users worldwide and is on course to achieve 250 million users within two years.
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