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Samsung pledges $70M for connected TVs

8/31/2010 09:03 PM EDT
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Warren3   9/1/2010 3:03:46 AM
This adds a whole new level to techno-Jonesing. I love it. I've certainly seen (and felt) the envy of seeing another with a great smart phone with a truly useful application BUT this really is an opportunity. It used to be that having that newest TV was something special... now there will be the added cool-factor of having that newest TV that does unique and useful stuff. New Year's day football is looking better than ever. And $500,000.00 for an app contest award sounds awfully attractive.

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