Your Favorite Videos on the Go With 4G

Television and movies have both been around for decades, entertaining folks in cities and towns across the country. Yet it is the most recent technological change that has made video accessible for millions. Nowadays, nearly anyone can record events in their lives and share them with others via wireless internet. Online access also lets you view tons of educational and entertaining shows as well as check out clips – or upload your own – on sites like YouTube.

The first inventions that led to the modern-day movie were made more than a century ago. Images were the first to be recorded. Sound then came to the cinemas in the 1920s, when Hollywood started to ‘talk’. There were, of course, kinks in the early technology. The film ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ captures this challenging and exciting time in history. Yet gradually, over the decades they were worked out and television sets began popping up in households everywhere. Then, in the 1990, personal computers and digital technology transformed the video industry and allowed millions of people to film their own lives.

Now, with the most recent spread of wireless internet services, online video has become increasing popular as faster speeds have made it easy to share clips with friends and family. YouTube, just over a half-decade old, has exponentially enhanced sharing capabilities so that it is simple to share what you film with others. Musical artists have adapted and taken advantage of new technologies, creating their own channels to offer fans a closer look at their work and allow them to view music videos. As a viewer, you also get the power to vote on whether or not you like what you see. You can also leave comments and interact with other viewers, a common phenomenon that illustrates the notion of an online community.

Because video requires fast speeds for optimal performance, users who plan to tune in regularly benefit greatly from mobile broadband connectivity. Slower connections simple do not permit the streaming of files to your laptop and can make watching online a frustratingly slow experience. The 4G network, in addition to giving users speed to enjoy videos, also exists as one of the handiest tools out there. In essence, it gives you access to a massive hotspot that has been established around the city. Whether you want to watch news programs during the morning commute or check out funny YouTube clips during your lunch break, the service keeps you connected around town.

Mobile broadband use is expected to soar in the next decade not only because of better quality videos, but also because it is convenient. Many television series have already made selected episodes available online so that you can catch any action you have missed on the tube at home. The difference is that you can control the time schedule, tuning in whenever you feel like it. Services like Netflix enable users to turn their computers into mini-movie screens wherever you happen to be. When you are always connected, there is no end to video entertainment.