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– FiOS: Verizon has enabled its IPTV service so that customers can now download video to their smartphones, tablets and other wireless devi…

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FiOS: Verizon has enabled its IPTV service so that customers can now download video to their smartphones, tablets and other wireless devices, to watch even when there is no internet connectivity. Flex View, as the service is called, currently works with 1,400 movie titles, with 6,000 available by the end of 2011. Verizon plans to add television, photos, videos and music to the service too. [via MediaPost]

Breaking News: The service that started on Twitter is now rolling out a new app for iPhone, Android and Windows 7 devices. The service will run as a Twitter-like feed of news stories, with the ability for users to configure the feed, and is being initially sponsored by Sprint (NYSE: S) across all three platforms. [Release]

Mr. Bean: The British character played by Rowan Atkinson has now been converted into a mobile game, Mr Bean: Out of Control. The app is available for iPhones and iPads, and is respectively priced at $1.99 and $4.99. [emailed release]

Yahoo!: Yahoo! (NSDQ: YHOO) has now optimised its mail and messenger services for Android devices. Users can now synchronize their Yahoo! contacts with their Android contacts, initiate video calls and link up multiple accounts through the app. [Yahoo! mobile blog]

  1. I’m not that impressed with the new Verizon mobile features since it doesn’t even provide TV at all, only movies. I have live and recorded TV with my DISH Network employee Sling adapter which is what I watch the most of. Besides I don’t have time to watch a whole movie during my day away from home.

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