The fundamental problem with mobile media remains that anything large enough to get a decent picture is too large to carry around. The launch of 3G in the UK means a lot of people with the capacity to watch TV on the move but almost none of them bothering to do so (ZDNet). One solution that keeps cropping up is miniaturised projectors - rather than wait for folding/rolling/virtual screen technology to get up to speed, just turn any flat(ish), white(ish) surface into a screen. The latest salvo in the battle for a usable mobile web/TV/video experience comes from Toshiba, and consists of a projector for the video iPod (Wired). Wired comments that "it could be just the thing to make portable video make sense". More than that - this sort of projection technology, once they get the battery life and the scale sorted out, is just the sort of thing to make the mobile media make sense in general. There's too many alleged mobile media devices out there simply failing to admit that they're either too large to be comfortably portable or too small to be comfortably read.