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TV Guide Mobile for Wireless Devices

EPG developer, Gemstar-TV Guide, has teamed with mobile media company, Handmark, on a TV listings and content service for Palm handhelds, Treo smartphones, and Windows Mobile pocket PC's and smartphones. Dubbed "TV Guide Mobile" and available through an annual or monthly subscription, the new service offers:

* Access to TV Guide daily local TV listings.
* The ability to search's "Big Movie Guide" database (contains 40,000 movie reviews) and its "Show Guide" database (contains episode synopses and other information on around 600 current and past TV series).
* The ability to conduct searches by title, genre or celebrity.
* Customization features that allow users to receive information only about their favorite channels, shows or celebrities.
* Hollywood news, gossip and commentary from, including such regular features as "Ask Ausiello," "Insider," "The Biz," "Ask Matt," "Roush Review," "Ask The Televisionary," "Watercooler," and "Soap News."

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