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>> Brian Tong: Brian Tong here at CES 2010, here with the Tivit mobile TV receiver. Now, what this does is this is catching a mobile digital TV signal that's made to go on smaller screens, really be mobile and move around and still watch TV. Now, this device is compatible with iPhones, iPod Touches, Blackberrys, Android phones and PCs, so all it does is it takes a signal, shoots it over Wi-Fi, an application running on the device allows you to select the channel and then play it on-the-go. The Tivit mobile TV receiver will be available sometime in March around the price of $100, but this just one of the cool techs you see here at CES. I'm Brian Tong with CNET.
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