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Qualcomm pulls the plug on FLO TV

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) reportedly will shut down its struggling FLO TV mobile broadcast effort after attempts to find a buyer came up empty. Citing sources familiar with the situation, PaidContent

Broadcasters forge Mobile500 Alliance to boost mobile DTV

Thirty U.S. broadcast television companies collectively owning 346 full-power stations spanning 167 markets have banded together to form the Mobile500 Alliance, a new coalition to accelerate the

Nokia introduces mobile TV receiver add-on

Nokia (NYSE:NOK) unveiled a new mobile TV receiver add-on, enabling consumers to tune into DVB-H-based digital broadcast content wherever available. The Nokia Mobile TV Headset operates independent

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

Verizon poised to launch live FiOS TV app for iPad

Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) will introduce an application enabling its FiOS digital cable subscribers to view live streaming television and movies via Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad tablet device.

Audiovox integrates FLO TV service into portable DVD player

Consumer electronics manufacturer Audiovox Corporation and Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) FLO TV mobile broadcast unit introduced the Audiovox 7" Portable DVD Player with FLO TV, enabling on-the-go

Dish Network extending live TV to iPhone, Android

Satellite television services provider Dish Network will extended streaming media services to mobile platforms including the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry, enabling subscribers to view live TV on

Discovery premieres dedicated FLO TV mobile channel

Discovery Communications launched the new Discovery Mobile Channel via Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) FLO TV mobile broadcast network, touting full-length episodes of cable favorites like Cash Cab,

Qualcomm in discussions to sell off FLO TV unit

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is in negotiations to divest its struggling FLO TV mobile broadcast unit. Speaking on an investor conference call Wednesday, Qualcomm chairman and CEO Paul Jacobs said the

With the World Cup over, what's next for mobile TV?

The 2010 FIFA World Cup is now history. The biggest winner is Spain, which captured its first-ever World Cup trophy--obvious losers include the Netherlands (suffering its third title match defeat in