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There are few more crowded markets than the GPS business in Korea, but ZIO looks to be taking a crack at it nonetheless, with it recently introducing its LOOK LK7200 GPS unit. Apart from its obvious redness, however, there appears to be little to distinguish it from the vast array of similar units

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One of the most fragmented up and coming technologies in the mobile segment appears to be mobile TV. Europe's converging on DVB-H, Korea likes T- and S-DMB, Japan does one-seg, and the US seems to be moving toward MediaFLO. We can't necessarily expect a single device to support reception around the

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PDAs may be dying, but they're certainly far from dead. All the extra room and battery life you gain by pulling a cell radio can be used for other fun things, like, say, GPS, T-DMB, and SRS Mobile HD for mobile \"theater-like\" surround sound (um, ok). At least that's what LG's new N1 is going for; t

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Distraction-devoted drivers can look forward to SNT's IOPS in-dash car PC, which will be unveiled later this week at Cebit, along with some hardware deets. Right now we can tell you that it runs Windows XP, has a 7-inch main touch screen interface, gives you internet access with HSDPA, connects to

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Trabbit's making a first appearance 'round here with this, their new TM-7000 all singing, all dancing PMP with GPS. With WinCE 5.0 at its core and a biggie 7-inch, 480 x 234 touch-screen display, the device brings all the media goodness you'd expect from a South Korean PMP: a T-DMB TV tuner, SiRF S

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The scuttlebutt from Telecoms Korea says v2 of the LG Prada (KE850) is already in the works. Sorry US readers, they're not adding the 850MHz band just yet, the new version expected to hit in April will sport terrestrial DMB mobile television. Makes sense, since our friends on the Korean Peninsula l

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The scuttlebutt from Telecoms Korea says v2 of the LG Prada (KE850) is already in the works. Sorry US readers, they're not adding the 850MHz band just yet, the new version expected to hit in April will sport terrestrial DMB mobile television. Makes sense, since our friends on the Korean Peninsula l

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While it seems that a new T-DMB-equipped portable video player hits the South Korean market every week or so, Kedcom is busting out its own flavor, but not without taking a stealthy approach at swiping the oh-so-popular Apple moniker. Out of all the potential device names in the world, this glossy

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LG's no stranger to cramming DMB capabilities into its handsets, and practically everything else it has a hand in too, but the company has now announced a brand new chip that ups the ante over existing renditions. This new chip reportedly enables users to \"watch real-time television programs for fou

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LG's no stranger to cramming DMB capabilities into its handsets, and practically everything else it has a hand in too, but the company has now announced a brand new chip that ups the ante over existing renditions. This new chip reportedly enables users to \"watch real-time television programs for fou

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It looks like iOPS' X11 wasn't the only showstopper at the firm's modest CES booth, as the sexy N7 NEO caught more than a few glimpses with it's sleek, metallic frame and sharp, 7-inch LCD. This NAV sports a 800 x 480 resolution, dual-core CPU (saywha?), \"dual touch sensor pad LED light,\" SiRF Star

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We hadn't heard from odd-i in quite some time, but it was good to see the PMP creator back at CES, bringing the fresh goods along for the ride. The firm's latest, dubbed P480D, bears a striking resemblance to its P11N, bit this rectangle has a spruced up layout and design, and rather than rocking th

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If Digital Cube's original Mini, which was only released a couple of months ago, wasn't quite shiny enough for you, it looks like they're at it again with the Mini DX, which adds an FM tuner, USB host support and a microSD slot. The player face also got nice little revamp, but otherwise there's sti

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It's been quite awhile since we've heard from Korea's Dacos Technology, but apparently it's back with the same T-DMB touch it's known for. The iHolic PMP sports a 3.27- x 1.97- x 0.73-inch enclosure, weighs just over three ounces, and still manages to rock a 2.4-inch TFT LCD screen. Beneath its slee

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Although Samsung has already crammed T-DMB support into a plethora of its (sometimes oddly-designed) handsets, the sleek SPH-B5800 gets the honor of being the \"world's first\" that also integrates TPEG. While we knew the firm was working on the Transport Protocol Experts Group service last year, thi

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Although Samsung has already crammed T-DMB support into a plethora of its (sometimes oddly-designed) handsets, the sleek SPH-B5800 gets the honor of being the \"world's first\" that also integrates TPEG. While we knew the firm was working on the Transport Protocol Experts Group service last year, thi

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The big trend right now in Asian GPS devices is to include some T-DMB television along with the trusty nav unit (sadly, we've got no idea when us Yanks will see anything similar). As such, the i-Station NetForce Navi has just done the inverse, pairing GPS with what we'd previously seen on the simila

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While it hasn't been too awfully long since Samsung doused its Q40 ultraportable in pink, the company is now looking to grab the attention of HSDPA fans by shoving such support into the lappie (and toning down the color scheme, too). Partnering with SK Telecom, the Q40-HSDPA will offer T-Login conn

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Digital Cube is delivering more miniaturized fun from South Korea, as the NetForce's smaller sibling -- simply dubbed Mini -- is finally available for enjoyment. This miniscule portable media player measures just 3.17- x 2.05- x 0.65-inches and weighs only three ounces, but manages to pack a potent

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We know how you DMB and HDTV kids are always fighting over the spare USB ports, peddling your digital wares to confused and media-saturated Korean consumers. It's just not how things were meant to be. DViCO wants us all to get along, and has busted out the FusionHDTV Master DMB/HDTV tuner to prom

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