The Future of Television Over the holidays, millions of Americans received video gadgets as gifts, from pocket-sized video iPods to flat screen high-definition TVs. Both technologies are the first signs of a sweeping television revolution -- undoing 60 years of viewing habits, and forming new ones.
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The Future of Television

Flat-screen HDTVs and iPods are the first signs of a sweeping television revolution.

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