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Ustream with Mobile Roadie

Ustream with mobile Roadie

As mobile web usage increases, meeting visitors need real time, updated information on a busy schedule that may be accessible from mobile devices. Mobile Roadie, a start up that helps develops iPhone apps, has developed the official iPhone app for LeWeb, the leading EU technology meeting arranged by French businessman and Seesmic founder, Loic Le Meur, Geraldine.

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Ustream broadcaster streaming video from iphone

Ustream broadcaster streaming video from Iphone

Ustream Live Broadcaster is the 1st app that can stream live video from the iPhone to the Net. It is free, and it works. Will society ever be the same? History may very well record that Knocking Live, which debuted with some fanfare last week, was the iPhone's first video-streaming app.

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Skype for Windows and symbian

Skype for Windows and symbian

Skype carrying on to develop its VoIP calling service, and the company released a new test version of its software for Windows desktops and Symbian S60 handsets. Skype 4.2 for Windows beta incorporates the common features one expects from Skype including free Skype-to-Skype calls, instant messaging, file-sending capacities, and the power to call non-Skype telephones at a discounted rate.

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Justin.tv calls DMCA for copyright content

Justin.tv calls DMCA for copyright content

Justin.tv, one of the modern live webcasting services on the net, will be testifying in a hearing held by the House Judiciary Board tomorrow morning. The subject of the hearing: the future of live online sports broadcasting. We got hold of the start up's written and oral affidavit, which Justin.tv hopes will be enough to persuade the Council that the character of live video broadcasting makes it very difficult for them to avoid copyrighted content from ending up on the site, whether it's live sports or other content like Television shows.

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Justin.tv to introduce pay per view video

Justin.tv to introduce pay per view video

The increase in stream on demand service has authorized for folk to take their You Tube antics live. Sites like UStream, Bitgravity, and Justin.TV to send out their shows live; permitting for much more audience interaction that podcast downloads.

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