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Video Webcasting from an Axia A108 Windows Smartphone

Mar 14 2005, 12:00am EST | by

Video Webcasting from an Axia A108 Windows Smartphone

We reported about the Axia A108 tiny (Axia says Worlds Smallest) (110x48x22mm) Windows Smartphone last November.

At the CeBIT Fifth Media announces the availabilty of a service that lets users webcast video from the Axia smartphone. Axia licenses the ComVu PocketCaster, which leverages AXIA’s onboard 1.3 Megapixel CMOS camera, and Freescale i.MX21 processor, to transmit real-time MPEG 4 video to ComVu’s automated server network. With ComVu’s PocketCaster, the AXIA A108 is an active live streaming transmission device, rather than solely a passive receiver of video content.
I think this is pretty cool. Enabling anybody to transmit live video to a large audience from anywhere. Question remains how much the service will cost.
More details on and comvu.

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