Launch of live Internet streaming – FORlive

Forbidden Technologies, the company which develops and markets video streaming products and services for the Internet, will launch FORlive, an exclusive new product, which combines live, easy access and quality broadcasting over the Internet. The launch will take place at the IBC2003 media trade show in Amsterdam on Friday 12th September. The directors believe that …

Employee share option exercise

Forbidden Technologies plc ("the Company") announces that it has received applications to exercise options over 1,125,000 Ordinary Shares of 0.8p each in the Company under the terms of the Forbidden Technologies plc Approved Share Option Scheme. These shares rank pari passu with the existing issued ordinary shares in the Company. These shares have been allotted …

Provision of video compression services to BT

Insight Execs 86,000 subscribers now have access to the latest video streaming technology to watch a talk given by Pierre Danon, CEO of BT Retail. InsightExec is part of BT and is a leading global provider of web based information and advice on customer management related issues. This technology, developed and provided by Forbidden Technologies, …

AGM Statement, June 2003

At today's AGM, Vic Steel, Chairman of Forbidden Technologies plc, made the following comments: "Since the results of 29th April the company has continued to make progress. We have now begun to ship and install beta test compression systems to our partners so that they can achieve scaleable output for their customers. One such system …

Japanese marketing agreement

Forbidden Technologies plc (Forbidden) has reached agreement with SiteSeer Japan Ltd a company recently established to promote Forbidden Technologies' new generation of online and mobile video streaming products, across Japan and other Far East markets. Japan has a strong culture of adopting new consumer technologies. NTT DoCoMo, the telecom operator, has sold over 10 million …

Full Year Results, December 2002

Full Year Results for the year ended 31st December 2002 Chairman’s statement I am pleased to report on the annual results for Forbidden Technologies for the third completed year of our development. In the year to 31 December 2002 the company recorded a loss of £430,981 compared to £230,854 in the previous year. Since there …

Agreement with BT Broadcast Services

Agreement with BT Broadcast Services to offer a turn-key Mobile Video solution to broadcasters and mobile phone operators BT Broadcast Services (BTBS) and Forbidden Technologies plc (Forbidden) have reached an agreement to trial a new generation of video streaming services to mobile phone users over existing GPRS and 3G networks. BT Broadcast Services routes the …

Interim Results, June 2002

Interim Results for the six months ended 30th June 2002 Results In the six months to 30 June 2002 the Company had sales of £5,350 (2001: £691) and incurred a loss of £147,906 (2001: £87,386). The increased loss was mainly due to lower interest income (£40,671 less than the comparable period in 2001) and increased …

Agreement with Mobile Entertainment Corporation

Forbidden Technologies plc and Mobile Entertainment Corporation Develop Video Content for QUALCOMM’s BREW(TM) Platform Forbidden Technologies plc, (“Forbidden” or the “Company”) which is developing and marketing proprietary technology for video distribution over the fixed line and mobile Internet, announces an agreement with Mobile Entertainment Corporation (MEC), the providers of premium entertainment across mobile platforms to …

AGM Statement, May 2002

At today's AGM, Vic Steel, Chairman of Forbidden Technologies plc which is creating new technology for video distribution over the Internet, demonstrated live video streaming over a Java mobile phone and colour video streaming on a Compaq iPAQ, and made the following comments: "Recent months have seen accelerating progress against our two key business goals …