Watch Live Streams on Your Android Handsets with Stickam
Stickam, an online video streaming service, has announced that all Java-enabled phones will be able to stream video over the web.Â Â According to them, Stickam Mobile is available to over 100 Java-enabled devices including the T-Mobile G1.
If you want to try it out for yourself, head to http://m.stickam.com from your Android handset. Download it from the Android Market. I’m not quite sure why, but the webpage version I downloaded would not open.Â Do a quick search for Stickam and grab that one.Â Works much better.
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