Archive for January, 2011

YouTube Phone Video Views 200 Million A Day

YouTube on Wednesday said that it is serving up more than 200 million videos daily to smartphones and other Internet-linked mobile devices.

News of the milestone came as the Google-owned video-sharing service began routing Vevo music videos from artists such as Lady Gaga and U2 onto smartphones powered by newer versions of Google-backed Android software.

“As the world goes mobile and more people watch videos on their smart phones, we expect more partners will take advantage of these new mobile advertising capabilities and make more of their content available across more devices,” YouTube mobile product manager Andrey Doronichev said in a blog post.

Android smartphones running on “Froyo” or newer versions of the mobile operating software will be able to access Vevo’s music video library using a free YouTube application, according to Doronichev.

Vevo music website is a joint venture between Google, Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Abu Dhabi Media and has deals to feature content from EMI and independent recording labels.

Revenue will be generated from advertisements played prior to music videos starting, according to YouTube.
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16MP Cameras On Smartphones Soon?

Japanese chip maker Renesas, which merged with electronics maker NEC in 2010, has announced it will be integrating 16MP cameras in future handsets.
The CE150 image-processing system chip “will make it possible to produce 16MP phone cameras for the first time, up from the maximum 13MP that are currently available,” explains Crunch.

Users will also be able to use the cameras to shoot 1080p Full HD video.

Renesas showed off a phone camera processor capable of such a feat in December 2008.

The company will begin mass-producing in March, with up to 1 million units being produced each month.

Sample units are available to handset makers for $48, now.

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Motorola Sliced In Two

According to Motorola, Motorola Mobility will be focusing on mobile devices, while Motorola Solutions will provide business and communication products and services to enterprise customers.

Motorola Mobility is responsible for launching 23 smartphones globally in 2010, including the highly successful family of DROID, as well as BRAVO, DEFY, FLIPSIDE, MILESTONE and others.

“We are pleased that Motorola Mobility has reached this important milestone. After more than two years of planning, today we begin operating as a financially strong, independent company trading on the New York Stock Exchange,” said Sanjay Jha, chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility.

“We are well-positioned to build on the strong momentum we have in smartphones and end-to-end video solutions –and to take advantage of opportunities resulting from the convergence of media, mobility, computing and the Internet,” added Jha.

The original blue M trademark will remain Motorola Solutions’ trademark, while Motorola Mobility will be given another red M trademark.

Along with Sanjay Jha, chairman and CEO, Motorola Mobility Board of Directors also includes names such as: Jon E. Barfield, William R. Hambrecht, Keith A. Meister, Thomas J. Meredith, Daniel A. Ninivaggi, James R. Stengel, Anthony J. Vinciquerra and Andrew J. Viterbi.

Greg Brown will be the chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions.

“With more than 20,000 employees globally, 24,500 patents granted and pending, and a highly recognizable brand, we are able to deliver cutting-edge devices with differentiated software experiences. In addition, we will continue to work aggressively to capitalize on the next generation of converged devices and experiences to provide consumers with more intuitive and personalized services,” concluded Jha.

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