With an incredible demand for portable live TV about to hit the world thanks to next week's launch of the FIFA World Cup, onTimetek has figured out a clever way to feed video to the masses using incomplete T-DMB infrastructure and without breaking anybody's bandwidth bill. Their new DMBO device is just a regular USB T-DMB receiver, but it mixes with the DMBO software to provide live video to others via P2P. It seems the system is mainly designed to fill in the gaps for those with poor reception, but we could really go for something like this broadcasting to the rest of the world -- we were always dreamers.

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DMBO T-DMB receiver works as P2P repeater