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SPAIN/
RTR1VXB4
January 17, 2008
Dogs wait to be blessed by a catholic priest outside Madrid's San Anton church January 17, 2008. Hundreds...
Madrid, Spain
Dogs wait to be blessed by a catholic priest outside Madrid's San Anton church in Madrid
Dogs wait to be blessed by a catholic priest outside Madrid's San Anton church January 17, 2008. Hundreds of pet owners bring their animals to be blessed every year on the day of San Anton, Spain's patron saint of animals. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
TECH-SHOW/
RTX5BIT
January 07, 2008
An attendee at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
An attendee at the CES tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening day of the show in Las Vegas...
An attendee at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening day of the show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. Using tiny high-quality video screens the Myvu is a personal way to watch movies, TV or play video games. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH-SHOW/
RTX5BIP
January 07, 2008
An attendee at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
An attendee at the CES tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening day of the show in Las Vegas...
An attendee at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tries out a Myvu personal media viewer at the opening day of the show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. Using tiny high-quality video screens the Myvu is a personal way to watch movies, TV or play video games. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
ELECTRONICS-SHOW/PREVIEW
RTR1KX0T
January 05, 2007
Convention workers put up an advertisement for Zune, Microsoft's portable multimedia player, outside...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Convention workers put up an advertisement for Zune, Microsoft's portable multimedia player, outside...
Convention workers put up an advertisement for Zune, Microsoft's portable multimedia player, outside the Las Vegas Convention Center as they prepare for the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2007. This year's show runs from January 8-11 and is expected to draw over 150,000 attendees. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1HDLZ
September 16, 2006
Naomi Hayes tries out the Massively Mini Media player at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour (T3)...
New York, UNITED STATES
Hayes tries out the Massively Mini Media player at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour in New York...
Naomi Hayes tries out the Massively Mini Media player at the Tiger Electronics Totally Tech Tour (T3) in New York City September 15, 2006. The digital multimedia player lets users listen to music, watch videos and view photos. REUTERS/Tiger Electronics/Bill Kostroun/ Handout (UNITED STATES)
NOKIA N71
RTXNXGW
November 03, 2005
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November...
Barcelona, Spain
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos Novem.....
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players.
NOKIA N80
RTXNXGV
November 03, 2005
A hostess holds the new Nokia N80 mobile phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos...
Barcelona, Spain
A hostess holds the new Nokia N80 mobile phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Con.....
A hostess holds the new Nokia N80 mobile phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players.
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1V0
November 03, 2005
Visitors look at a new Nokia phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos, November...
Barcelona, Spain
Visitors look at a new Nokia phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
Visitors look at a new Nokia phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos, November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1UG
November 03, 2005
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November...
Barcelona, Spain
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1RZ
November 03, 2005
A visitor looks at the new Nokia N80 (L) and N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor looks at the new Nokia N80 and N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos...
A visitor looks at the new Nokia N80 (L) and N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1RI
November 03, 2005
Visitors look at new Nokia phones during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November...
Barcelona, Spain
Visitors look at new Nokia phones during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
Visitors look at new Nokia phones during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1EA
November 03, 2005
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November...
Barcelona, Spain
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
A hostess holds the new Nokia N71 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one that is able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/ Albert Gea FR051103
TECH NOKIA MOBILES
RTR1A1D7
November 03, 2005
A hostess holds the new Nokia N80 mobile phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos...
Barcelona, Spain
Hostess holds the new Nokia N80 phone during conference in Barcelona
A hostess holds the new Nokia N80 mobile phone during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 3, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
NOKIA N92
RTXNXEO
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Di.....
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies.
NOKIA N92
RTXNXEN
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Di.....
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos in Barcelona, November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies.
TECH NOKIA 3G
RTR19XD6
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA 3G
RTR19X7D
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR19X5N
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92 mobile TV with a 2.8 inch screen during Nokia conference in Barcelona...
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos in Barcelona, November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies. PP05110124 REUTERS/ Albert Gea
TECH NOKIA 3G
RTR19W7R
November 02, 2005
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital...
Barcelona, Spain
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92 during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos
A visitor holds the new Nokia N92, a mobile TV with a 2.8 inch (7.1cm) screen, able to use DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) technology to pick up broadcasts direct from TV masts, not through mobile operators, during a Nokia conference in Barcelona's Palau de Congressos November 2, 2005. Nokia announced three new models: two new multimedia phones and one able to receive mobile TV broadcasts, to be part of its upmarket N-series that includes phones with high-quality cameras and expanded music players. Nokia officials said it would be available to consumers next year at a price of about 600 euros ($720.72) before taxes and operator subsidies. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
MICROSOFT PORTABLE MEDIA
RTR9RHA
September 01, 2004
Microsoft announced September 1, 2004 that the first Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers from...
New York, UNITED STATES
Windows Portable Media Centers go on sale.
Microsoft announced September 1, 2004 that the first Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers from Creative Labs will be available at electronics retailers nationwide. Portable Media Centers are a new category of multimedia players that allow people to play all the digital entertainment they store on their PC such as recorded TV, music, movies, and pictures on one device. Portable Media Centers from Samsung Electronics and iRiver International will be available later this fall. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC
MICROSOFT PORTABLE MEDIA
RTR9RG1
September 01, 2004
Microsoft announced September 1, 2004 that the first Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers from...
New York, UNITED STATES
Windows Portable Media Centers available for the first time.
Microsoft announced September 1, 2004 that the first Windows Mobile-based Portable Media Centers from Creative Labs will be available at electronics retailers nationwide. Portable Media Centers are a new category of multimedia players that allow people to play all the digital entertainment they store on their PC such as recorded TV, music, movies, and pictures on one device. Portable Media Centers from Samsung Electronics and iRiver International will be available later this fall. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen JC
UMTS MOBILE PHONE
RTR4KWA
October 09, 2003
The new third generation UMTS mobile phone U15 was presented by Siemens
in Vienna October 9, 2003. The...
Vienna, Austria
PRESENTATION OF THE SIEMENS UMTS MOBILE PHONE U15 IN VIENNA.
The new third generation UMTS mobile phone U15 was presented by Siemens
in Vienna October 9, 2003. The phone is packed with multimedia features
such as video recording, picture and video messaging as wll as an MP3
player. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer REUTERS

LF/
NOKIA
RTXLHWS
September 06, 2002
A Nokia employee displays the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September...
Marseille, France
A Nokia employee displays the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September.....
A Nokia employee displays the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September 6, 2002. Nokia introduced his new product, the 3650, a new eye-catching imaging phone with an integrated high-resolution camera,camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging functionality for the global marketplace.
NOKIA
RTXLHWR
September 06, 2002
A Nokia hostess holds the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September 6, 2002....
Marseille, France
A Nokia hostess holds the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September 6, .....
A Nokia hostess holds the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing in Marseille , September 6, 2002. Nokia introduced his new product , the 3650, a new eye-catching imaging phone with an integrated high-resolution camera,camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging functionality for the global marketplace.
FRANCE
RTR9YXZ
September 06, 2002
A woman holds new Nokia 3650 mobile phones during a media briefing in
Marseille, in this picture taken...
Marseille, France
NOKIA HOSTESS HOLDS NEW MOBILE PHONE 3650 DURING MEDIA BRIEFING IN
MARSEILLE.
A woman holds new Nokia 3650 mobile phones during a media briefing in
Marseille, in this picture taken September 6, 2002. Nokia introduced their
new product, the 3650, a new eye-catching imaging phone with an integrated
high-resolution camera, camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging
functionality for the global marketplace. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier

jpp/JDP
FRANCE
RTR9YXO
September 06, 2002
A woman holds new Nokia 3650 mobile phones during a media briefing in
Marseille, in this picture taken...
Marseille, France
WOMAN HOLDS NEW NOKIA MOBILE PHONE 3650 DURING MEDIA BRIEFING IN
MARSEILLE.
A woman holds new Nokia 3650 mobile phones during a media briefing in
Marseille, in this picture taken September 6, 2002. Nokia introduced their
new product, the 3650, a new eye-catching imaging phone with an integrated
high-resolution camera, camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging
functionality for the global marketplace. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier

jpp/JDP
FRANCE
RTR9YXC
September 06, 2002
A Nokia employee displays the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing
in Marseille, September...
Marseille, France
NOKIA EMPLOYEE DISPLAYS NEW MOBILE PHONE 3650 DURING PRESS BRIEFING
IN MARSEILLE.
A Nokia employee displays the new mobile phone 3650 during a press briefing
in Marseille, September 6, 2002. Nokia introduced their new product, the
3650, a new eye-catching imaging phone with an integrated high-resolution
camera, camcorder, video player and multimedia messaging functionality for
the global marketplace. REUTERS/Jean Paul Pelissier

jpp/cmc
MALAYSIA
RTRVYFK
May 29, 2002
A SALESWOMAN SHOWS A TIME PREPAID PHONE CARD FEATURING ENGLAND'S SOCCER
PLAYER DAVID BECKHAM IN KUALA...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A SALESWOMAN SHOWS A TIME PREPAID PHONE CARD FEATURING ENGLAND'S SOCCER
PLAYER DAVID BECKHAM IN ...
A SALESWOMAN SHOWS A TIME PREPAID PHONE CARD FEATURING ENGLAND'S SOCCER
PLAYER DAVID BECKHAM IN KUALA LUMPUR.


A saleswoman Willemina Timmer shows a TIME Kontact prepaid calling card
featuring England's David Beckham during its launch in Kuala Lumpur May
29, 2002. Malaysia's TIME on Wednesday launched Football Heroes
Multimedia Cards in conjunction with the 2002 FIFA World Cup Finals in
Korea and Japan. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad
BROGAN
RTXKBE7
February 21, 2001
Hugh Brogan, CEO of Sendo International shows his company's Z100 multimedia smartphone at a news conference...
Cannes, France
Hugh Brogan, CEO of Sendo International shows his company's Z100 multimedia smartphone at a news con.....
Hugh Brogan, CEO of Sendo International shows his company's Z100 multimedia smartphone at a news conference during the GSM World Congress in Cannes, France February 21, 2001. [The Z100 phone features a color screen and runs on the Microsoft smartphone platform. The phone also features Microsoft's Mobile Explorer for the Internet, Mobile Outlook, a Windows Media player and USB connectivity. The phone will be on the market in the autumn of 2001].
MICROSOFT MOBILE
RTRELNY
February 21, 2001
Hugh Brogan, CEO of Sendo International shows his company's Z100 multimedia smartphone at a news conference...
Cannes, France
HUGH BROGAN OF SENDO INTERNATIONAL SHOWS NEW PHONE IN CANNES.
Hugh Brogan, CEO of Sendo International shows his company's Z100 multimedia smartphone at a news conference during the GSM World Congress in Cannes, France February 21, 2001. The Z100 phone features a color screen and runs on the Microsoft smartphone platform. The phone also features Microsoft's Mobile Explorer for the Internet, Mobile Outlook, a Windows Media player and USB connectivity. The phone will be on the market in the autumn of 2001.

JC
LEISURE NIKE
RTRUFL6
May 10, 2000
A Portable Sport Audio (MP3) Player, featuring S3's Rio Audio, is first product from a newly created...
Beaverton, USA
NIKE WIRES ATHLETES WITH NEW LINE OF HIGH-TEC TRAINING GEAR.
A Portable Sport Audio (MP3) Player, featuring S3's Rio Audio, is first product from a newly created techlab division of Nike, the world's leading sports and fitness company. Shown here worn by U.S. soccer star Mia Hamm Nike's headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, May 6 is the first of five new products. The Personal Sport Audio (PSA) Play 120 is the collaboration with S3's industry-leading Diamond Multimedia division - makers of Rio Audio. The music player, which arrives in retail outlets this July, will be followed by a Speed Distance Monitor, Heart Rate Monitor, All Conditions Gear Ascent Compass and a two-way radio.

MB/JP
SANYO
RTXJKEJ
March 01, 2000
Sanyo Electric's Ryoko Yao displays the Digital Memory Player, a portable device for playing music downloaded...
Tokyo, Japan
Sanyo Electric's Ryoko Yao displays the Digital Memory Player, a portable device for playing music d.....
Sanyo Electric's Ryoko Yao displays the Digital Memory Player, a portable device for playing music downloaded from the Internet, and its 32mb MultiMedia Card at an unveiling at a Sanyo office in Tokyo March 1. Sanyo aims to sell 20, 000 copies of the new SSP-PD7 portable player in the first month after it goes on sale April 21 in Japan at 37,000 yen ($335) and is expected to start sales in the United States one month later. Sanyo also said it will start selling digital music and Sanyo's audio products through a website, Sound Boutique, on April 21.
JAPAN
RTR1RSF
March 01, 2000
Sanyo Electric's Ryoko Yao displays the Digital Memory Player, a portable device for playing music downloaded...
Tokyo, Japan
SANYO ELECTRIC PRESENTS NEW DIGITAL MEMORY PLAYER IN TOKYO.
Sanyo Electric's Ryoko Yao displays the Digital Memory Player, a portable device for playing music downloaded from the Internet, and its 32mb MultiMedia Card at an unveiling at a Sanyo office in Tokyo March 1. Sanyo aims to sell 20, 000 copies of the new SSP-PD7 portable player in the first month after it goes on sale April 21 in Japan at 37,000 yen ($335) and is expected to start sales in the United States one month later. Sanyo also said it will start selling digital music and Sanyo's audio products through a website, Sound Boutique, on April 21.

TA/TAN
KOREA
RTRQR0V
August 10, 1999
A South Korean woman shows the world's smallest MP3 player in Seoul August 10. Baromtec Co., a small...
Seoul, Korea
A WOMAN SHOWS THE WORLD'S SMALLEST MP3 PLAYER IN SEOUL.
A South Korean woman shows the world's smallest MP3 player in Seoul August 10. Baromtec Co., a small Korean electronics equipment manufacturer has developed the portable gadget - Muz.M, which plays digital MP3 music downloaded from internet, measuring 48mm x 64mm x 16mm and weighing only 27 grams. Priced at 150,000 won (US$125.), the Muz.M uses a 32-MB detachable multimedia card capable of storing eight songs with a four-hour recording function.

LJW/DL
MALAYSIA
RTXHIFE
May 16, 1997
A visitor checks out the Telekom Malaysia's infomation booth that is promoting the usage of smart cards...
A visitor checks out the Telekom Malaysia's infomation booth that is promoting the usage of smart ca.....
A visitor checks out the Telekom Malaysia's infomation booth that is promoting the usage of smart cards May 16. State telecommunications firm Telekom is among the key players in the development of Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC). Prime Minister Mahathir-Mohamad will launch a "cybercity" in the MSC on Saturday which will have the Internet in every home and where all transactions will be done with smart cards.
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