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Ustream’s Live Mobilizer Gives Bands And Brands Live Streaming iPhone Apps

Popular live video platform Ustream is adding a new product to its repertoire today: an iPhone application platform called Ustream Live Mobilizer that offers brands, celebrities, and bands a customizable iPhone application that features Ustream’s live steaming capabilities. Each Mobilizer app is branded to the artist’s specifications (in other words, they don’t look like generic cookie cutter apps). The biggest feature here is support for watching an artist’s live video feed through Ustream, but the app also includes support for sharing to sites like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube. It also has Ustream’s ‘Social Stream’ feature, which lets you submit questions to the artist during a live stream and syndicate it out to other social networks.

12:00 pm, by mymaitv

IAB: Forget Flash, Move to HTML5 for Tablet Ads

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) is taking a cold, hard look at the market for advertising on the iPad and other tablet devices, launching a new “Tablet Task Force” and issuing a report on the future of “tabvertising.” (We didn’t come up with it — blame the IAB.) And while some may see the iPad’s lack of Adobe Flash as a potential barrier to advertising on the device, the IAB says that’s easy enough to overcome with a little HTML5.

10:30 am, by mymaitv

Kno Movie (by Kno, Inc.)

This one was posted more because I am a tablet and education fiend.  I have a been a massive proponent of tablets in the classroom as books as apps for the iPad as being the future of education… These guys take is even further.

You can watch the video here or read about it on mashable here

01:00 pm, by mymaitv

AdMob Rolls Out iPad SDK; Praises ‘Creative Potential’ Of HTML5

Fresh off the closure of its acquisition by Google, mobile ad network AdMob is officially launching an iPad-specific SDK to allow app developers to use the network’s ads within their apps. The SDK was previously in beta but is now available to the public. AdMob says that the SDK is unified across all devices running the iPhone OS, which makes it much easier for developers, who can can download one binary for development across all Apple iPhone OS devices – iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The new also SDK supports two ad formats in native iPad applications: text & tile ads and image ads. Both of these ad formats are available in the three IAB standard ad sizes: 300×250, 728×90, and 468×60.

04:00 pm, by mymaitv2 notes

Steve Jobs at D8 on Flash, iPad and the Post-PC Era

Events have just kicked off at the D8 Conference with Apple CEO Steve Jobs taking the stage for a conversation with All Things Digital producers Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. After an introduction from Rupert Murdoch commenting on how content creators and technology companies are “finally getting along,” the trio took the stage to shed light on some of the most salient issues the company faces today. Jobs had much to say about the current slate of hot topics, from the company’s ongoing tussle with Adobe over Flash content on the web, the Foxconn suicides, the iAd mobile ad platform, the iPad’s role in saving journalism and potential replacing the personal computer, and more. We’ve shared an overview of the discussion below.

03:00 pm, by mymaitv

CBS Will Have Full Slate of Web Video on the iPad

CBS may have the most aggressive plans to enable viewers to watch web video on the iPad, but so far, that’s all they are — plans. The broadcaster has made only a limited number of promotional clips available for viewing on the tablet device, along with one full-length episode of Survivor. But Anthony Soohoo, senior VP and general manager of CBS Interactive, told us that by the start of the fall season it plans to have all the same video available on the Apple iPad that is available on CBS.com.

02:30 pm, by mymaitv

Android Tablet Prototype Running Flash Spotted in the Wild

Now that Adobe and Apple have officially parted ways — at least when it comes to Flash on Apple’s mobile devices — Adobe is strengthening its partnership with Google’s Android, whose next version (2.2) will support Flash. It’s therefore no surprise that Adobe’s stand at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco is showcasing Android (Android)-based phones, but an unexpected guest has appeared, as well — an Android-based, multi-touch tablet prototype.

10:00 am, by mymaitv2 notes

Surprise! iPad Users Watch Even More Video Than We Thought

A lot of our readers were skeptical when some very early — but very impressive — iPad video viewership data was released by MeFeedia. A little less than a week after the Apple tablet device was released, MeFeedia reported that iPad users watched two and a half times as many videos as typical web users, and watched video three times longer than those users.

11:00 am, by mymaitv

Apple iBooks Defeats Amazon Kindle in Reader Poll

It’s been another exciting match here in our long-running Faceoff Series, where two competing services, apps or devices are pitted against each other for a fight to the finish. In this edition, we pitted relative newcomer Apple iBooks against its most significant rival, Amazon’s Kindle, to see who would win over the hearts and minds of Mashable readers.

11:00 am, by mymaitv1 note

iPad 3G Shipping by May 7

may 7th will be a great day.

11:00 am, by mymaitv

10:00 am, by mymaitv1 note

Cats and Dogs vs. the iPad

happy monday morning!

08:22 am, by mymaitv1 note

CrunchGear Rates the Top 10 iPad Games

mmmmm, nothing like a break from the tech news to look at some games… I have actually played 5 of these and i think that “field runner” is my favorite, followed closely by “flight control HD”… and the award for the game that is not available in HD yet but needs to be; “monopoly” for iphone.

03:00 pm, by mymaitv1 note

Gruber: Apple Was Right, Adobe Get Over It [Video]

John Gruber of “Daring Fireball” talks about the impact of apple’s decision to disallow flash converted development of iphone apps.  He makes some good points, some of which he admits are that of a developer closer to apple.

07:58 am, by mymaitv1 note

10:28 am, by mymaitv