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Qualcomm shows off prototype PocketFlo device

MediaFLO coming to iPad

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jun 3, 2010 5:02 pm

Qualcomm has been operating its MediaFLO mobile broadcasting service for a while now and it's the service behind the mobile TV offerings from AT&T and Verizon here in the states. Qualcomm has been talking up new features for the iPad and its service.

 

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The new iPad features will involve an app for playback on the iPad and a hardware device called the PocketFLO. PocketFlo is a small box that records programs and then streams them to the iPad via WiFi.

 

The app works for streaming real-time media and has Twitter integrated for communication. Qualcomm offered no indication of when the PocketFlo device would make it to the retail market.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Translate.google.co.uk

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