Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Data-gobbling Android users will likely see bandwidth capped

The most obvious reason that Android users watch 72 percent of their mobile video over a 3G connection, while only 56 percent of iPhone video streaming happens via 3G, is that in addition to AT&T’s relatively new data limits, Apple and AT&T have taken steps to discourage users from streaming video over 3G. They do this by requiring some apps to use WiFi rather than 3G.

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