Boxee brings the web

By Peter Griffin In Technology

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11th February, 2012
The next generation of ultra-thin internet-connected televisions stole the show at last month’s Consumer Electronics gadget fest in Las Vegas. A new technology – the organic light emitting diode (OLED) – emerged as a competitor to plasma and LCD screens, and every TV on display had a range of web applications built into it, signalling the convergence of TV watching and web surfing is well under way. There’s just one problem with this: many of us took advantage of the plunging prices of flat-screen TVs over the past few years and bought second-generation TVs that aren’t internet-enabled. ...

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