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vidcast

(VIDeo podCAST) A video clip designed to be viewed in a portable device. Also called a "vcast," "vodcast" and "videocast," a vidcast is the video counterpart of a podcast and uses the same RSS syndication method for delivering material to users. See podcast and vlog.
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The new vCAST technology works with vSpace Pro 10 to increase the number of supported vSpace users by up to six times compared to previous versions of vSpace, yet it doesnt affect users enjoyment of smooth running, HD quality videos.
For people who don't yet have the Shazam application on their smartphone, it is available for FREE on every major platform and can be found on iTunes App Store, Google play, Amazon App Store, AT&T's AppCenter, Verizon VCast app store, Nokia Store, Windows Phone Marketplace, BlackBerry App World, and GetJar.
The Shazam application can be found on iTunes App Store, Google play, Amazon App Store, AT&T's AppCenter, Verizon VCast app store, Nokia Store, Windows Phone Marketplace, BlackBerry App World and GetJar.
cities under the brand name of VCAST, which is a combined mobile TV service with a 3G video streaming.
Verizon Wireless launched Vcast mobile video service.
Distribution agreements with BlackBerry App World, iTunes, Verizon Vcast, Handango, MobiHand, Intel AppUp, and Clickgamer allow Enigma Games Inc.
Cons: Limited apps market, no VCast multimedia services, spotty reception, limited battery life.
The two phone companies operate the streaming service under their own brands, VCast and AT&T Mobile TV.
The sites are part of the company's continued investment in its network infrastructure and services such as its VCAST Music service and Mobile Broadband.
Through the relationship with Verizon Wireless, Rhapsody will be fully integrated with VCAST Music, delivering a superior music service across multiple consumer devices.
To access the videos, though, Verizon customers have to subscribe to the $15-per-month VCast service on top of their regular monthly bill.