Once in every while, a product meanders through the FCC that we’ve actually never heard of. Today we found a test report concerning LG’s Jukeblox, a “networked media module” that doesn’t seem to exist anywhere else on the internet. The report details that the unit has an 802.11 b/g WiFi module, but no hints as to its intended purpose or destination. At a guess, we’d posit that the device is destined to rival the AllShare Cast, but given that “Jukeblox” is also the name of SMSC’s digital audio technology, LG might have to deal with some trademark wrangling before this product sees the light of day.

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