Ready or not, TV on your cell phone is here. Verizon Wireless unveiled its CES 2007, and just today, Cingular/AT&T that it will use Qualcomm's MediaFlo technology to bring live TV to its phones. However, as fellow Craver Nicole Lee pointed out, European and Asian carriers are gravitating toward DVB-H, a competing mobile TV standard, as evidenced by the new Nokia N77. Announced at 3GSM, the N77 is the newest device to join Nokia's N series of multimedia computers and supports the DVB-H technology so you can enjoy live TV on its 2.4-inch, 16-milllion-color flat screen. There's a dedicated TV button right on the device, and you can browse a program guide and set up reminders to tell you when a show is starting. There's also plenty for audiophiles with support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, and WMA files, integrated stereo speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Other highlights include a 2-megapixel camera, S60 3rd edition on Symbian OS, Bluetooth 1.2, and 20MB internal memory with a microSD card slot. The Nokia N77 will start shipping in spring for about $480.at
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