Samsung now selling three TVs every second, helping in its bid to dominate consumer households

Samsung now selling three TVs every second, helping in its bid to dominate consumer households

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Technology giant Samsung has revealed at an event in Monaco today that it now sells three television sets every second. Let that sink in for a moment. Three television sets. Every second. That works out at 180 per minute, 10,800 per hour, 259,200 per day or, roughly, 7.78 million every...
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