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FLO TV Personal Television announced: expensive & unnecessary?

FLO TV Personal Television announced: expensive & unnecessary?

Having seen its packaging making the rounds, it was only a matter of time until Qualcomm made their FLO TV Personal Television official.  The palm-sized touchscreen mediaplayer has a 3.5-inch display and is 0.5-inches thick; FLO TV offers wireless live and time-shifted TV that up until now you'd have needed to have a compatible smartphone from Verizon or other carriers in order to view.  Unfortunately, the monthly subscription fee those carriers levied is still in place: as well as the $249.99 of the FLO TV device itself, you're looking at the equivalent of $8.99 or more for each month.

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Qualcomm FLO TV PTV packaging spotted: full release likely imminent

Qualcomm FLO TV PTV packaging spotted: full release likely imminent

Yes, it's just a box, and yes, we realise someone - some very dull, poorly-occupied person - could have knocked it up themselves and be laughing at us from behind their camera, but we'll take the simple route and say this is the first sighting of Qualcomm's FLO TV Personal TV packaging.  The upcoming device is tipped to be Qualcomm's attempt to drive adoption of their terrestrial digital TV service, a compact touchscreen slate with integrated speakers.

Audiovox and FLO TV service headed to new car dealers

Audiovox and FLO TV service headed to new car dealers

Any parent will tell you that the key to surviving trips of any length in the car with kids is a TV inside the car. Without a TV, a long road trip would be hellish with my kids. The other issue when you have a TV inside on long trips is that the kids get tired of watching the same old movies after a while. Audiovox and FLO TV have announced that their live TV system for vehicles is making its way to new car dealers around the country.

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