Clamoring for even the tiniest morsel of Zune HD news? This might just do the trick. Xbox 360 Program Manager “Fitret” has posted on Twitter a pic of his new Tegra-infused portable that happens to show a glimpse of the marketplace section, specifically an artist sub-menu for The Hold Steady. Like we said it isn’t [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Portable TV'
July 12th, 2009 · No Comments
July 7th, 2009 · No Comments
In what will either be seen as an innovative move or a gimmick to attract customers, Samsung have launched a handset featuring a night vision camera. Launched in Samsung’s native South Korea the SCH-W760 has infra-red capabilities allowing night time usage. The handset also sports a 2.8″ AMOLED screen, 8 GB memory and a TV [...]
June 17th, 2009 · No Comments
“The WiFi + TV phone is the best HiPhone yet. Fortunately, it also clones one of the best looking phones around, and I don’t mean it’s an iPhone clone. The BlackBerry Storm form factor is a breath of fresh air on the HiPhone F06-Slim WiFi TV phone. You heard right, TV and WiFi (we rechecked [...]
June 1st, 2009 · No Comments
Today Sony Ericsson announced the Aino, a new phone and media device that can connect with Sony’s Playstation 3 gaming and media console. It will be able to interact with and control the media content on the user’s Playstation 3 via a local Wi-Fi network or via the Internet. It will also offer the ability [...]
May 4th, 2009 · No Comments
The mighty OLED PMP is now 32GB and available at Amazon.com. Whatever you about the less than sprightly UI or the lack of iTouch features, the S9 rules in screen quality and a 32GB S9 will enable you to enjoy hours of quality videos on the best 3-inch screen (it’s actually AMOLED, which saves even [...]
April 30th, 2009 · No Comments
AT&T on Wednesday quietly updated its cellphone terms of service to again potentially ban devices like the Slingbox on its network. Having initially pulled earlier changes in what was described as “an error,” the carrier has again modified the terms to specifically prevent “redirecting television signals for viewing on Personal Computers.” It’s not evident whether [...]
April 22nd, 2009 · 1 Comment
The popular TV & radio magazine from the BBC, the Radio Times, has launched an iPhone application. The application, as you might have guessed, allows the user to browse tv & radio listings; 400 channels and stations are listed and the listings cover a week long period.
Users can customise the app to suit their viewing/listening [...]
April 17th, 2009 · 1 Comment
Citing concerns that it would strain the data network, AT&T may have compelled Apple to deny approval for an application called SlingPlayer that would allow users to view television on their iPhone, according gadgets blog Electronista.
The report credits “a source close to Apple’s approval process,” but does not contain any comments on the record. So [...]
April 3rd, 2009 · 2 Comments
LG demonstrated new handsets that are capable of receiving free digital TV transmissions over the air. LG loaded its ATSC Mobile Digital Television (DTV) system onto prototypes of its Lotus and Voyager handsets to demonstrate how it works. LG tweaked power management on the handsets, allowing users can view up to four hours of digital [...]
March 13th, 2009 · No Comments
MobiTV, which offers prime-time TV programming for cellphones, has cut a deal with CBS Sports to show 63 NCAA basketball games in an iPhone/iTouch app for $4.99. The games begin next week, but the app has been for sale since yesterday, reports USA Today.The app, called CBS Sports NCAA March Madness On Demand will provide [...]
February 25th, 2009 · No Comments
By the looks of things, Motorola have an imaging-savvy touchscreen handset in the pipeline, of the pictures below are to be believed. As you can see, the unknown device sports a large touchscreen, and a 5MP camera, with an Xenon flash, and Kodak branding, much like Motorola’s current flagship cameraphone, the ZN5. Also on offer [...]
February 25th, 2009 · No Comments
A new mobile web site has gone live that appears to be a tool for users of Verizon’s FiOS Internet and TV services to remotely schedule their DVRs and access other services directly from their mobile phones. Verizon has not announced the site nor mentioned any specific launches, but it can be accessed by most [...]
February 5th, 2009 · No Comments
LG’s upcoming Arena KM900 has been known about for a while now - well, just that it’s a high-end music phone, and a few technical specifications of the the device.
Now, an image of the device has leaked - previously, there were mockup images floating around, and more information, in the way of technical specifications is [...]
December 23rd, 2008 · 1 Comment
LG has released a new midrange cellphone, the LU1400. The phone’s primary feature is its 2.8-inch LCD, which supports resolutions up to 800×480, and can rotate to a horizontal layout for tasks such as e-mail and instant messaging. Like a number of devices from South Korea the 1400 also supports the T-DMB standard, which provides [...]
December 14th, 2008 · 1 Comment
This portable multimedia player from Yundai features a built-in DVB-T receiver, allowing you to watch digital Freeview TV on the 4.3-inch high quality LCD screen.
On the off-chance you tire of its amazing Freeview channels, this beautifully engineered bit of kit also acts as an MP4 video player, audio player and picture viewer. Simply pop in [...]