Looks like suitable instructions for getting J2ME MIDP 2.0 development going on the Mac with Eclipse using the Mpowerplayer SDK.
This has been a long time in coming.. Let’s hope it works..
flash lite application – Google Search
I can’t find any decent applications.. Someone tell me where to find the interesting Flash Lite apps, please..
Television Disrupted – The Transition from Network to Networked TV by
Looks to be an interesting read. Guess we will find out in the near future.
From the site:
Television Disrupted The Transition from Network to Networked Television, follows the money and the technology that enables it. The book also looks at the business rules and legal issues that are having a huge impact on the future. File sharing, copyright laws, geographical form factors, temporal windows and much more. During the next few years, everything we know about the business of television is going to change – Television Disrupted The Transition from Network to Networked Television will serve as a guidebook and roadmap for the foreseeable future.
MobileMonday New York
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:: Mobile DTV Alliance ::
A new consortium of companies pushing DVB-H in North America. I find this much more interesting than current TV on mobile devices as DVB-H has some nice interactive features. Unfortunately, I am not sure it will ever be accessible to independent content providers.
Cielo Group presentation at NATP Mobile
From the company that brings us MLB and NBA video products on phones.
This image from their ad campaign sums up my feelings:
They look a bit bored, don’t they..?
Nokia 770 as mobile innovation platform
From the article:
The Nokia 770 web pad lacks a “killer app” to make it useful on a daily basis, writes blogger Russell Beattie. However, the device is much more open than previously available mobile devices, and as a result could serve as the development platform for mobile innovation, Beattie suggests.
Miscellaneous Docs and Tools
Sony Ericsson has Bluetooth Remote Control software for their phones and Mac/Windows PCs as well as an API to go with it.
(Once again, I think I have linked to this in the past but I can’t find it so here it is again.)