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A touch screen on a stationary radio may seem a touch overkill, but that evidently hasn't stopped Bush from creating a DAB radio with one on the front. The ridiculously code-named TR04DABBLK has touch buttons in the place of physical buttons, and has up to 10 preset DAB stations, and 10 regular FM s

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The DT5200 may be a far cry from the Patriot UMPC, but Aigo's latest portable media player is still rockin' a decent array of specs for its size. This less-than-stylish device gets the message across with a 4.3-inch 480 x 272 resolution display, and features a two-megapixel camera, SD expansion slo

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If you're feeling a little constricted by the relatively limited amount of digital download venues out there (especially across the pond), Imagination Technologies and UBC Media Group are on the rescue wagon. Recently, the duo has announced plans to create a service which will \"allow listeners to pu

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While it had been a few ticks since Pure Digital gave you DAB listeners out there anything new to chew on, the Euro-based radio maker is back with yet another mini system designed to blast out tunes from the comfort of your living room. Encased in the firm's traditionally simple, classy design, th

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Taiwan's Gigabyte is a bit of a darkhorse in the Windows Mobile game around these parts, but it's been in the game for a while now and its latest round of devices -- getting passed around this week at 3GSM -- shows some R&D savvy. First up, the q60 looks sorta like a Nokia E61 on performance-en

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There's nothing like a good upgrade now and then, but when it comes time to throw down for yet another Denon product, your wallet can't help but cringe. Nevertheless, the firm is upping the ante on its D-F103 digital mini system by adding DAB radio functionality as well as CDDB Gracenote support. S

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We keep hearing about this \"new media\" thing that's supposed to bring the imminent death of traditional print and broadcast media. Only problem is that those pesky old-school journalists still keep turning out printed pages and keep making radio and TV shows that are actually aired, over, you know,

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Our favorite European radio maker is back at it again, not too long after unveiling its Marshall-fied EVOKE-1XT, with a new duo of DAB radios for the UK market. The Élan DX40 is barely distinguishable from its more feature-packed sibling, the RV40, aside from its noticeable lack of ReVu time

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While Pure Technologies' EVOKE-1XT digital radio has already been out a couple years, the company decided its radio would look better encased in a Marshall amp. The radio's got everything that you'd expect from a Marshall amp, with the black wood durability, dark vinyl, but best of all -- this time

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Yes, it's been several months (ok, nearly a year) since the Cowon iAudio6 was released. Even still, Cowon isn't resting entirely on its laurels with regards to that one great player; it's been coming out with a flurry of other media players since, including the T2, F2 and most recently, the N2. Wel

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You know how were were saying when we spotted the UB-890 that you'll probably never see it out of Korea? Well, we were half right. The UB-890 never did make it off those shores, but its quite similar successor, the UB-1000, is at least headed for Europe this October. The main addition seems to be

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The last time we heard about the smallest portable DAB radio, it was the Roberts RD49, which claimed that it had the petite-factor all locked up. And then we came across the Trinloc Fusion, a new DAB radio shrunken down to 87.5 x 37 x 22mm (3.4 x 1.4 x 0.8-inches). It's got 1GB of storage and can pl

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Usually the very fact that a manufacturer claims they've got the smallest version ever of a particular device is enough to question their assertions straight up, but in the spirit of \"we don't really care because it's a DAB radio\" we're going to award the medal without question to Roberts for the

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The deets are slim, but they come straight from a BBC News article, so we're thinking there just might be some weight to them. Apparently the UK's BBC is planning their very own DAB device to act as \"clip-on\" addition to current MP3 players. Such functionality extension brings the iPod and its dock

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For you folks who can take advantage of the DAB niceties, Pure Digital has released a household radio that rocks time-shifting capabilities more commonly associated with your Sky+ box. The Élan RV40 sports a svelte silver finish with a hint of retro in the grille, mixed with the curves of a

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No, not our Virgin Mobile, folks. The UK's Virgin Mobile will be getting HTC's Trilogy, which we knew; now, the retail model's officially been named the \"Lobster 700,\" a moniker that seems strangely appropriate (though we can't really put our finger on why). As you may recall, the Trilogy is essenti

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Fresh off its portable DAB radio/MP3 player combo, Genus is taking things back to the countertop with its slick-looking Type-R DAB-only model. The unit's sure to please the design connaisseurs among us, with walnut side panels and a rear panel tricked out with hand-embossed leather and an enamel bad

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UK DAB enthusiasts now have yet another way to listen to those sweet digital broadcasts on-the-go thanks to a new portable radio from Genus; and as if that alone weren't exciting enough, the so-called SLM also includes an FM tuner and SD slot for rocking out to MP3s. Actually, there's really nothing

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We don't cover a lot of DAB devices 'round these parts because really, we don't have much cause to in the United States. But just because the bespoke digital audio broadcasting standard has yet to find its way onto American airwaves doesn't mean we can't appreciate a nice DAB toy every now and agai

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First announced way back in April of last year, UBC Media is set to finally bring music downloads to a DAB radios in the U.K., starting with a trial run next month by Chrysalis Radio station Heart. The service will let listeners download the track they're currently listening to at the push of a butt

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