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AIS, a key mobile operator in Thailand, has added five Turner channels to its Playbox OTT service and Play mobile app.
Saudi Arabia’s smartphone users now consume 62% of their video intake on phones or tablets, a higher average than counterparts in the UAE, USA, UK and Germany, according to Ericsson.

Just as it launches a major marketing campaign extolling its national coverage, EE TV has launched Recordings To Go, a feature allowing users to record free-to-view content to mobile phones or tablets.

Project CARS, the motorsport racing simulator, will feature as a key launch title for the 28 March launch of the Oculus Rift.

Bounce TV, the African-American TV network on television, has launched a free mobile TV everywhere app which will allow access to programming anywhere, anytime.

A vast majority, 81%, of all US smartphone users now stream video on their devices, according to recently released data from the NPD Group’s Connected Intelligence Smartphone and Tablet Usage Report.

More than seven in ten mobile subscribers to Vodafone Spain watch TV content on a second screen, which is why the British telco is adding Spain’s free-to-air (FTA) networks to all its mobile packages.

As part of its campaign to preserve and protect the environment, Sony Pictures Television Networks has launched a free app, dubbed Picture This.