mobile tv

What Microsoft’s Xbox 360 TV announcement means to Google TV

Today Microsoft announced they've partnered with tons of media and entertainment leaders all across the world to bring a better experience to TV's and Xbox Live. After reading through all of the announcements and providers they have come to terms with I quickly found myself wondering how this will effect Google TV -- with and without Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich. If set-tops like the Revue weren't already facing an uphill fight, it just got even steeper.

SPB TV v2.0 released: Free mobile TV with VoD

SPB TV has been updated to v2.0, and the mobile TV app has lost its price tag in the process. Now free, the streaming TV software offers over 150 channels in more than 20 languages, and is advert supported; SPB promises the ads themselves only last as long as it takes for the video to buffer. There's also support for larger-screen devices like Android tablets, a picture-in-picture mode, video on demand and faster channel switching. SPB has also switched to H.264 for better quality video that's more forgiving of lower-bandwidth connections. You'll need an Android 1.6 device or higher; more information here, and you can find SPB TV in the Android Market. SPB TV 2.0 for Android Main Features:
  • Integrated TV Guide with a list of current and upcoming TV shows
  • Unique browser with fast channel launching and switching
  • Quick channel preview (picture-in-picture mode)
  • On-screen control panel
  • Video on Demand
  • Setting a reminder
  • Video quality switcher
  • Advanced Video Codec support
  • Tablets support
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Samsung Galaxy Apollo is “Coming Soon”

Here’s another solid Android offering from Samsung, the M100s. this handset is available for South Korean Android fans. But it could make a global world tour similar to the Galaxy S. it recently popped up on Samsung's British site as the Galaxy Apollo.
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