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If you don't mind not having a phone mixed up in your PDA device, you couldn't do much better than Bluebird's upcoming BM300 for a Windows Mobile 5.0 unit. Not only does the handheld pack in a 2.8-inch QVGA display, T-DMB, a 520MHz Intel PXA270 CPU, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, an SD slot and 512MB

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Following the ancient Korean saying: \"if it hath an LCD, T-DMB so shall it have also,\" Samsung just popped a T-DMB receiver into what looks to be the SDC-MS61 we spotted last month, and they're calling their new creation the SDC-K60/DMB. That's about all there is to know here, since the camera is

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You didn't think that we were done with products from KES did you? Oh no, we've got another strictly-foreign device for you to lust after. How about an Anam portable media player with a T-DMB tuner? Yeah Sharp's got a similar device, but this one has 7 channels of digital television along with 13 c

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Good old Sharp. They just can't be happy with themselves if they're not squeezing an electronic dictionary or other such educational tool into otherwise perfectly good portable media devices. Their latest efforts center around the new SP700, which sports a 4.3-inch touchscreen, T-DMB receiver and

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Somehow, when we weren't looking, China decided to thumb its nose at the myriad of global digital television standards. On August 18, the Standardization Administration of China approved DMB-T, its new digital television standard for the world's largest television market. No, it's not the same forma

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We're a bit miffed that Maxtek chose to go soft on one of the three pillars of Korean gadgetry: PMP playback, but their new MNT-4300DMB device has plenty to love all the same. First off, there's a 4.3-inch touchscreen, which can handle picture-in-picture just in case the GPS isn't enough of a rea

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It takes a pretty special phone-less PDA to pique our interest these days, and even though Korean manufacturer BlueBird's new Pidion BM-300 doesn't really push the envelope in areas like processor speed or screen resolution, the fact that they threw a DMB tuner into the mix puts this model in some

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Here ya go kids, another tiny DMB TV from Korea. Like the iRiver B10, this QT-9 from Qrio appears to be a dedicated player which goes pink, black and large with a 3.5-inch display packed into an ultra-slim, 9.8-millimeter slice of mobile TV goodness. Huh, Qrio!? Damn them for taking our dearly depa

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With the FIFA World Cup set for kickoff at 11:55AM EST today, most of us Americans are still sitting around scratching our heads trying to figure out how to pronounce Pelé, and whether we'd be offending anybody if we just called football \"soccer\" so things are less confusing. Turns out we

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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 i

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Productivity everywhere stands to suffer for the next month or so as World Cup Fever sets in, but expect German productivity to take an even stronger hit -- carrier Debitel is using the tournament as the launching pad for its new T-DMB service. No word on how many games will be available for

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When a manufacturer takes styling cues from a number of popular devices -- in this case, the RAZR, the Wizard, and the gone-but-not-forgotten Clie -- and throws in a number of high end features whose acronyms make us a little weak-kneed, the resulting products are bound to be pretty sexy. Such is t

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Looks like iRiver is getting set to launch a terrestrial flavored (judging by that telescoping antenna) portable DMB TV dubbed the Pocket TV B10. In a refreshing salute to minimalism, this pup features a 2.2-inch QVGA display on a device apparently dedicated to digital TV and DMB and FM radio -- no

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In the E3 fury that was last week, we managed to overlook that Samsung dropped a pretty major update into their 8GB i310 music phone – some of that sweet T-DMB mobile teevee sugar. That change bumps the model to an obscure SCH-B570. Other than some additional, unspecified multimedia capabiliti

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Setting the stage for some good 'ol mobile TV squinting here in The States, the FCC just approved Samsung's SGH-P900 T-DMB handset. Announced back in February for the European market, the P900 represents Sammy's first DMB handset push outside Korea and sports tri-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE, a 2 megapixe

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Just as Viliv starts spreading the PMP love to the US, they go and launch into the in-car navigation biz with their first GPS/PMP combo device for the Korean market -- the N.70. This WinCE 4.2 device features SiRF Star3 GPS navigation, an MP3, photo, and video player, wireless remote, built-in ster

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The design team at LG is getting plenty of mileage out of this swivel shell for for their DMB phones, with the LG-LB1500 as the latest in a long line of similarly styled units. Of course, we're not complaining. There's a nice big 2.2-inch QVGA display dominating the unit, and an overall thickness

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