Tut Tut ! From FAIQ's Mocast, as all other products has been incorporated into Motive’s Content Express™ platform and remains a key feature and capability which is part of discussions with prospects for use of Motive’s technology.
The last blog Dr Crab wrote was to advise you that Tablet TV UK will not be in HD.
He has reappeared again today to advise you that MTV has dropped Mocast.
"As Tablet TV will allow viewers access of around 95 of the top 100 TV programs in both the UK and US it may well reduce the video load on 4G mobile networks, which would make LTE Broadcast irrelevant before it is even launched."
Shaa, Wow, the tv industry is deffo changing drastically, a contract with any big company seams more inevitable. All these new players comming into the tv market, how can they afford to spend millions and millions on research and software development and still have issues, when they just need to pay mtv a sum and save the millions and lots of embarrassment in delivering a bad product in trying to come up with a viable solution while trying not to impede on mtv's patents. Got a feeling Len was right, cos mtv could rocket with any contract from one of these big players.
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