SPOTLIGHT: Mobile TV not in demand


Insiders claim that mobile TV is going to be the killer app of mobile data services, but many studies suggest that no one will want to watch broadcast video on their mobile phones. As for now, wireless networks don't have the capacity to handle mobile video, which has led Qualcomm and others to build networks exclusively for broadcast style mobile TV. Although this will take care of bandwidth issues, doesn't the one-way broadcast model eliminate many of the benefits of such an offering? Blog

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