Click here for a Windows Mobile optimized Video Stream (9162 KB) “During another off-site meeting in Barcelona, I had some more time to play with the recently announced Opera Mobile 9.5 Beta web browser. Even if not yet available commercially but only available for ODM and carrier partners and still in Beta, Opera Software made a fantastic job already to bring the real Internet to mobile devices, without any proxy servers in between but by rendering the web sites on the device. With Opera Mobile 9.5, Windows Mobile smartphones will finally get a web browser which is – at least – on the same level as Apple’s iPhone browser or Nokia’s S60 web browser; and no wonder that so many carriers and ODMs will include Opera Mobile 9.5 into its future device offer (as HTC will do with the Advantage 16 GB as well as T-Mobile will do with the Ameo 16 GB):As you can see on the video above, Flash video isn’t working yet because it requires Adobe’s Flash Lite 3 which needs to be licensed separately. But Opera Software confirmed, that – if Flash Lite 3 is includes – Opera Mobile 9.5 will be able to play Flash videos, as the one above or available at YouTube and other video portals.Opera Mobile 9.5 should be commercially available later this Spring but it will be released inbuilt with new Windows Mobile 6 smartphones before already. The consumer version is expected to cost something around US$ 24.95 and as always, Opera Software plans a free trial version too.” via theunwired.net
At the 2008 Mobile World Congress, Dolby Laboratories, Inc. demonstrated technologies that elevate the mobile entertainment experience by improving the sound and performance of mobile phones and portable media players. At stands 2.1B37 in Hall 2 and 7C62 in Hall 7, Dolby showed Dolby(R) Mobile, an audio processing technology platform that brings rich, vibrant surround sound to music, movies, and television programs on mobile phones and portable media players. Dolby also showed aacPlus, a high-quality, highly efficient audio compression format designed for download, streaming, and broadcast applications on mobile phones. “Entertainment can sound better on mobile phones and portable media players,” said Francois Modarresse, Vice President of Marketing, Dolby Laboratories. “We developed Dolby Mobile to help create products that stir the senses and excite people’s imaginations so the industry can deliver on the promise of mobile entertainment.” Dolby recently announced an agreement with NTT DoCoMo and Sharp to offer two mobile phones with Dolby Mobile technology, the FOMA SH905i and FOMA SH905iTV, which are now available to customers in Japan. To make its technologies more broadly available, the company announced an agreement with RMI Corporation to implement Dolby Mobile on the RMI Alchemy(TM) platform for portable media player applications. At Mobile World Congress, Dolby also demonstrated a prototype device with Dolby Mobile built on Texas Instruments’ popular OMAP platform.
“As I always say, “My happiness is to see users enjoy with my application”. That’s why I’m still here. Really thanks for encouragement from many guys. I can’t say that MobiTubia is the best one but the thing I can say is “I will do my best to improve it as much as possible” as long as there are people need it. :)So sorry if it may late a little bit because I don’t have much time for this. I worked quite hard for my thesis work. As a gift, I just release MobiTubia v1.76 build 3 to publicChange Log: v1.76 build 3- Fixed: Flickering Pause Bar- Fixed: YouTube Open Web Clip is now available- Improve Video Playback Speed- Center Screen for high resolution screen device, for example N80 and E90- Reduce SIS file size in significant number (205 KB –> 180 KB)” You can download it right now in Download Page.