FCC OKs unlicensed ‘white space’ use

FCC OKs unlicensed ‘white space’ use

In a move that proponents say will open the door to widespread mobile broadband adoption, the Federal Communications Commission Tuesday...

November 4th, 2008 Brad Reed

Canadian regulator to re-examine its hands-off Internet policy

Canadian regulator to re-examine its hands-off Internet policy

Until now, Canada’s broadcast regulator has kept its hands off the Internet and whether providers such as telecommunications and cable...

May 14th, 2008 Howard Solomon

Mobile players eye European UHF spectrum

Mobile players eye European UHF spectrum

BRUSSELS - The European economy would grow by an additional...

May 5th, 2008 Paul Meller

Adobe releases content protection app

Adobe releases content protection app

Adobe announced today the availability of its new content protection software, Adobe Flash Media Rights Management Server. Designed for broadcasting...

March 18th, 2008 Briony Smith

US tops world

US tops world

You know those annoying spam e-mails you get on a daily basis? Well, don’t blame overseas Internet users for them....

November 23rd, 2006 Greg Hughes

Gates to link Zune to Xbox, PCs

Gates to link Zune to Xbox, PCs

Microsoft Corp. plans to extend the wireless capability of its new Zune devices to PCs and the company's Xbox 360...

November 14th, 2006 Elizabeth Montalbano

Nokia building first dedicated mobile TV network

Nokia building first dedicated mobile TV network

Mobile TV took another step forward Thursday when Nokia Corp. said it would help to build one of the first...

May 11th, 2006 Nancy Gohring

Germany to test broadcast mobile TV based on DMB

Germany to test broadcast mobile TV based on DMB

Four companies have applied to test broadcast mobile TV services based on the DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) standard in the...

January 8th, 2006 John Blau

Finnish trial suggests interest in mobile TV

Finnish trial suggests interest in mobile TV

Results from a trial of mobile broadcast TV in Helsinki suggest that some people will pay to watch news, sports...

August 31st, 2005 James Niccolai