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Dyle, MyDTV, TV Everywhere and the second coming of mobile TV

Almost a decade after Qualcomm's MediaFlo, Crown Castle's Modeo and Aloha Partners' Hiwire first tested the mobile TV game, with less-than-stellar results, a new crop of startups are rolling out essentially the exact same technology with hopes for a  very different outcome.

Japan regulators favor ISDB-Tmm, not MediaFLO, for mobile TV

A Japanese government advisory panel said it favors operator giant NTT DoCoMo's proposal to run a next-generation mobile broadcasting service based on ISDB-Tmm technology, shooting down carrier

Japan names MediaFLO official mobile broadcast service

Wireless solutions provider Qualcomm announced that Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has recognized its MediaFLO mobile broadcast platform as one the nation's two official

MediaFLO expanding mobile TV to cars, portable media players

Qualcomm will extend its MediaFLO mobile broadcast solution beyond wireless handsets, targeting in-vehicle and portable media players in an effort to boost consumer adoption. Speaking Thursday at the

Ad-subsidized mobile video: Where is it Qualcomm?

Bill Stone, president of FLO TV FLO TV, previously called MediaFLO, is the subsidiary of chip giant Qualcomm that plans to spend close to $1 billion building out a dedicated mobile TV network across

Digital TV delay back on, MediaFLO expansion halted

Wireless solutions provider Qualcomm appears resigned to postponing plans to expand its MediaFLO mobile TV footprint after the U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday to delay broadcast

Qualcomm, Toyota test drive in-car mobile video

Qualcomm announced a collaboration with automaker Toyota Motor Corporation to deliver live televised programming to in-car video displays via the wireless solutions provider's MediaFLO mobile

Mobile entertainment at a crossroads, again

Billboard's semi-annual Mobile Entertainment Live! conference, taking place September 9, introduces a new format this time around, promising an event shaped in large part by audience interaction. In

Live NASCAR coverage races onto ESPN Mobile TV

Sports media giant ESPN and Qualcomm's mobile broadcast unit MediaFLO USA announced an agreement to air a series of live NASCAR auto racing events throughout the month of August via ESPN Mobile TV.

Qualcomm turns on, tunes in and zooms out

Qualcomm grabbed the spotlight at its eighth annual BREW development conference to champion a vision for the wireless industry that expands beyond voice services into new business models, service