Westinghouse's $300,000, custom-made 110-inch 4K TV isn't for everyone
Westinghouse's $300,000, custom-made 110-inch 4K TV isn't for everyone
                   

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To describe the adoption and sales of 3D TVs as underwhelming would be an understatement. Sales may not be absolutely abysmal, depending on your definition, but this was supposed to be the next thing, and it turns out most consumers don't give two poops about 3D television. (We really love...
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www.pcworld.com
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That's a mighty fine looking tellybox you got there, Mr Samsung. But what does it actually do? Not content with trying to boss the rest of the smartphone manufacturers (bar Apple) about, Samsung is now turning its attention to the TV market. With smart telly the buzzword du jour,...
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