In the States, Motorola has unveiled the latest incarnation of its Mobile TV device – the Mobile TV DH02 – a personalised TV, multimedia entertainment on the go and navigation device featuring a touchscreen.

Following on from the Mobile TV DH01 intro-ed at CES, and the Mobile TV DH01n shown at Mobile World Congress earlier this year, the DH02 now offers HSDPA as well as GPRS.

The TV side of things is provided via a DVB-H TV tuner (the mobile TV standard for Europe) with PVR capabilities that allow timeshift, live pause and frame grabbing while the GPS comes in with Tele Atlas mapping, points of interest, voice-activated directions, and handsfree calls to points of interest.

No more specs have been revealed by Moto at this stage, aside from the gadget's Bluetooth connectivty, the fact that the display is WQVGA and will offer digital video playback of 25 frames per second. We'll bring you more when we have it.