Qualcomm has demonstrated a sample receiver that would bestow the iPhone and iPod touch the ability to receive FLO TV reception. While the receiver itself is probably as large as the iPhone, there’s no mention as to whether the size is due to it being a test/demo unit, or if that’s really the size required to make it work. There isn’t any information as to whether such a device is planned for production, but it’s always good to see companies try and stay ahead in terms of tech.
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