Japanese mobile operator Softbank plans to use eAccess' bandwidth to expand its broadband services, particularly LTE, as it prepares for the launch of Apple's iPhone 5.
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As the world moves on from the latest iPhone announcement, there was news about Intel, Klout, YouTube and Windows Server 2012.
The Chinese telco's positive showing in first six months of 2012 comes on the back of growth in its mobile and fixed broadband businesses, although introduction of iPhone will pose short-term cost pressures.
Users of iPhone and Android smartphones can now use familiar YouTube video features found on the desktop browser version
Google has released a major update to its mobile YouTube experience (m.youtube.com) that beats all of the discrete YouTube apps out there -- including the iPhone variety.
Should governments mandate access to broadband? Should every citizen, as an inalienable right, have access to Hulu, Skype, and an unlimited supply of YouTube?
There are those who believe that Adobe's Flash format is being handed its hat, especially since Steve Jobs has banished it from the iPhone and iPad platform. But according to YouTube, HTML5 is not yet ready to meet all of its needs.
Adobe admitted last week its flash player won't be dominant on smartphones, the fastest growing computer segment. In fact, you can watch YouTube on your iPhone today. So, Adobe, shut up already!
Given that AT&Ts network already seems to be creaking under the load of millions of iPhone users checking their email, watching YouTube and uploading new LOLcats, "unlimited" really was an offer too good to last. AT&T is announcing changes to it's iPhone and iPad data plans that try to wean data-hungry users off the all-you-can-eat plans.
A rough road for Broadband, iPhone market share and Facebook's rough times are among the top themes today. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
The FCC's Broadband plan, chatter around an iPhone on Verizon (or not) and a buzz word called cloudwashing, are today's top headlines. Get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
If you were disappointed by this weekend's alleged leak of an iPhone 4 prototype, take solace in this fan video for the upcoming iPhone HD by oliverferriss. Now that's more like it!
Singapore mobile operator MobileOne counting on iPhone and mobile broadband to drive new services growth this year; raked in US$108 million profit in 2009.
After a year full of iiNet, iPhones, politicians and broadband, we checked out the years most popular news stories. Surprisingly enough Conroy, Telstra and the NBN fail to make an appearance on the list, with the iPhone, Google and the iiTrial dominating the top 10 most popular stories in 2009.
We wrapped up the Mobius 2009 event last night and since we spent most of the time talking about topics under NDA there isn't much of anything I can share with your at this time. I recommend you check out Jason Dunn's post on his new Windows Phone Thoughts site for coverage of what could be shared. HTC was kind enough to give each attendee an HTC HD2 device to evaluate so I wanted to post some first thoughts after spending the full day with it as my main device. I posted a video on YouTube with a short walk around the device and will post a full review early next week after a few more days with it. There is a ton of excitement about this device and after showing it to an iPhone owner here at work he said, "So this is what the next generation iPhone may look like." HTC pushed Windows Mobile to the extreme with this device and it shows in an amazing product.
YouTube had been seeing astronomical growth of video uploads from mobile devices, up 1700 percent - yes, 1,700 - over the past six months. But since the launch of the iPhone 3GS last week, mobile video uploads increased by 400 percent a day, according to a post on You Tube's blog.
My T-Mobile G1 is my preferred T-Mobile device and it just gets better and better all the time with more developers supporting the Google Android platform. The latest software/service available for the Android devices is Qik mobile video streaming application. iPhone users cannot say, "There's an app for that." since Apple still does not allow video streaming with Qik. I have been using Qik a bit lately on my Nokia N97 because it allows me to simultaneously upload videos I take to Facebook and YouTube, as well as my Qik site. The Qik Android alpha requires a device with firmware 1.5 (aka Cupcake) and a microSD card.
In an open letter (and accompanying YouTube video, natch) posted today, AT&T revised its policy on upgrade eligibility for the new iPhone 3GS for a small number of iPhone 3G customers.I previously blogged about the lack or rhyme or reason to AT&T's seemingly random iPhone 3GS upgrade eligibility policy.
One of the many details announced in the Apple WWDC keynote, going on at the moment, was that O2 is one of the iPhone carriers who will allow tethering.Tethering allows the handset to be used as a mobile broadband modem for a PC.
Here's good news for iPhone users: AT&T said Wednesday that it is plotting a 3G network upgrade to offer "considerably faster mobile broadband speeds."Of course, the bad news is that AT&T's network is holding you back now.
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