YouTube On The Go
YouTube first dipped its toe in the mobile world in November of 2006 with a deal to deliver some video clips through the VCast service of Verizon Wireless. Last year it created a mobile Web site accessible on many Sprint and AT&T phones. But the site only carried a small slice of YouTube content. And it has another subset on the iPhone.
Today, the company is unveiling a new mobile service at m.youtube.com that it said will carry most of YouTubeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s catalog, or tens of millions of videos. The site will also have personalization and community features that it lacked before, so users will be able to log in and subscribe to certain channels or have easy access to their favorite videos. And theyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll be able to upload videos directly from their mobile devices.
Full article: nytimes.com