Yesterberry is a free web app that gives you access to over 200 live streaming audio and video channels. The site was originally envisioned for vintage material, as most of the video and audio content that’s available has gone out of copyright. The site also accepts user submitted content so it could really take off as a source for recent content. The site is 100% free, but they do accept donations for which they give you a login and extra features.
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According to Ashok Kumar, an analyst and managing director at Rodman & Renshaw, the upcoming BlackBerry tablet will feature a 7 inch touchscreen and will be powered by a processor from Marvell as well as front and back facing cameras. “Research In Motion is trying to pull forward the launch of the 7-inch touchscreen tablet from early next year to year end…with a marginal point of differentiation being the front- and back-facing cameras for videoconferencing,” he said in a research note Friday morning.
One possible chip candidate is the Marvell 1GHz Armada 610 processor, which is aimed at tablets, mobile Internet devices, and e-readers. The chip boasts full HD 1080p playback, 16-megapixel image captures, and advanced 3D graphics.
A front facing camera would be great on a tablet and could seriously help it differentiate from the iPad. It would be great to see some BlackBerrys also ship with front facing cameras, allowing the devices to speak to each other in video conference mode.
ROK TV has launched a mobile video app in App World that is compatible with UK carriers such as O2, Orange and T-Mobile. The app is also compatible with 18 devices and Storm2 9520 support coming soon. ROK TV delivers video content from Euronews and Reuters, as well as ITN which is updated every 15 minutes.
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The FIFA World Cup 2010 games kickoff today and the Rogers on Demand Mobile App for BlackBerry is also now available for customers with a BlackBerry 9000, 9100 or 9700 via the Rogers mobile portal. For a one time fee of $10, the app lets you live stream every World Cup game as well as get recaps and highlights. After the initial $10 fee, the app costs $5/month to use.
Head over to the Rogers mobile portal and download the app at rogers.mobi.
This application is named appropriately as “Good Video Browser” because that’s exactly what it is. This app allows you to view your BlackBerry video files as thumbnails. The app was recently updated to support MP4 video files, encrypted content and the search has been expanded to the Memory Card root folder. All of the videos on your device are scanned and organized into a gallery where you can browse the thumbnails. Videos are easy to find and view from the gallery. The app also features the ability to send videos by email and delete from the gallery.
Howcast have a BlackBerry app that’s now available in App World for free. The app shows you tutorial videos on everything from How to Pick a Lock to How to Jump Start a Car.
The Howcast app for BlackBerry features:
- Watch the best how-to videos on the web, straight from your phone
- Search for a specific how-to video on just about anything
- Check out our Featured and Most Recent how-to videos
- Save a video to your list of Favorites so you can watch it at any time
- Recall videos that you have previously watched using the History feature
- Share any video with a friend by email
According to the Howcast blog, the app is currently only available for the Bold 9700 and Storm2 9550 with a minimum of OS 5.0.0. Support for more devices is on the way.