In depthThe future of mobile will be televised - that is if Qualcomm gets its way.
One in four Brits is now watching television on the go using a smartphone, tablet or laptop, according to new research released by TV Licensing today.
Sky has launched it's long awaited mobile TV app for iPhone and iPod touch, allowing subscribers to stream its television stations through their Apple handsets when they are on Wi-Fi.
Mobile phone network 3 has just launched an on-demand TV service priced between £0.99 and £1.99, including reality shows and comedies
Fans of TV on the move will be glad to hear that Sling Media plans to release a public beta of SlingPlayer Mobile for BlackBerry later this very month, on December 30.
We've all been there, peering at a low-res, small screened-image on our mobile phone, desperate to embrace digital convergence. Well, Orange thinks that mobile TV is still the future, as it plans to unveil 60 mobile HD channels in France.
3 is giving an early Christmas present to its customers with the news that it's bringing Sky TV channels to mobile handsets.
Juniper Research is predicting that mobile television services will remain mainly free as new technologies bring FTA channels out of the house