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Innocomm delivers first Android 3.5G smartphone with Telegent Mobile TV

Jun 4, 15:35

At Computex Taipei 2010, Telegent Systems, a mobile TV receiver maker, and Innocomm, a Taiwan-based provider of broadband wireless solutions, announced the introduction of the first...

Telegent partners with Samsung for free-to-air mobile TV

Mar 21, 15:30

Telegent Systems has announced that its analog mobile TV receiver is shipping in Samsung's Star TV S5233T handset that was recently launched in Southeast Asia. With this handset,...

Commentary: Free-to-air was the theme of mobile TV during Computex

Jun 23, 16:46

Looking back at the product offerings at the recently concluded Computex Taipei 2009, you couldn't help notice that companies highlighting mobile DTV solutions based on the DVB standard...

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