Part of the Wireless technologies glossary:

Berrycasting is broadcasting audio or video content to a Blackberry wireless device equipped with media player software by means of the RIM network. This practice is similar to podcasting because users can select programs for download, but is different because programs are delivered over a wireless network directly to the device instead of being served to a networked PC and then uploaded to a portable media player for viewing.

This was last updated in June 2006
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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