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LG develops 4G (LTE) Windows Mobile device

LG has been showcasing various LTE technologies and one of them was a WinMo phone running over LTE. The potential for LTE is amazing and it will definitely be the missing link for full video streaming and media capabilities on a device.

With LTE technology, users can download a 700 MB movie file in less than one minute at speeds of 100 Mbps. LTE technology would also allow consumers to simultaneously stream four HD movies without any buffering.

This is going to be an incredible advancement in mobile devices and LG are doing a great job of pioneering the technology. With over 250 staff on the research and development team, expect the first LTE devices to come from LG.

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Viva Vision bringing streaming mobile video and pics

SlideCast by Viva Vision

Viva Vision is a Santa Monica based company that provides content for slideshows, video on demand, and live video for mobile phones. They already have over 250 million subscribers worldwide and were recently named to the Inc. 500 List which recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. We’re keeping an eye on this company because video streaming is growing quickly in North America and with all the advances in data plans, we can expect some great content coming to mobile.

Qik video streaming now available for HTC devices

Qik is available for HTC devices

Qik allows you to take video from your phone and upload it to the web where people can watch it on their computer or another mobile device. The community is now growing with the addition of HTC device support.
Click here to see what HTC devices are now supported by Qik

Get streaming video to your mobile device with Qik

Qik home screen

Tired of sitting around watching all the cool kids and their streaming video? Well now you can join in the fun — Qik has just moved into an open beta phase.

Offering both S60 and Windows Mobile clients (with iPhone allegedly on the way), Qik does a pretty stellar and unique job of streaming live audio and video straight from your handset to your millions of adoring fans glued to their computer monitors around the world.

So go sign up! And if you don’t have millions of adoring fans, be sure to drop me a line with your username. I’ll watch you juggle.

[Via Windows Mobile Cool]

NBC video on your Windows Mobile device

NBC’s mobile portal provides streaming video (including full episodes of some shows) on both Windows Mobile devices and the iPhone (and iPod touch). Head over to the mobile NBC website to see the site and videos.

You’ll need to be patient with the video streams even when using a wireless LAN. It took about 45 seconds for it to buffer on my HTC TyTN. Then, the audio stream started without video for another 10 seconds or so. But try it out and let me know how it works for you on your Windows Mobile device of choice.

Free, no ads episodes of 30 Rock and The Office on iPhone


It looks like NBC is now streaming free episodes of 30 Rock and The Office to iPhones and iPod Touches. They’re both shown without ads, which is nice, but come with a catch: if you exit Safari while watching, you’ve got to re-download the very large files again. Not a huge problem in the US — as long as you’ve got Wi-Fi — but might cause some headaches for Canadian users when the iPhone hits there, due the high price for bandwidth up north.

(image via Gizmodo)