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Nielsen to start rating TV's big waves on smallest screens

The company, whose ratings are the benchmark for what shows are most worthy of valuable marketing dollars, next week will outline its plans to start counting views on tablets and smartphones in 2014.

By September 19, 2013

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Southern and central NSW waves analog TV farewell

Some residents in southern and central NSW may have returned home, only to be shocked when they switched their TVs on last night.

By June 5, 2012

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Gesture control won't wave TV remotes goodbye yet

Gesture control is designed to eventually replace your remote control, and while the technology is still in its infancy a remote is just easier.

By January 30, 2012

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Wave goodbye to free Internet TV

The Internet held so much promise as a new, less expensive distribution platform for the most sought-after films and TV shows. Those dreams are dying.

By July 27, 2011

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Apple TV making waves, causing video distortion on older HD TVs

The revision of Apple's self-professed "hobby", the Apple TV, left a lot of people excited for the small, inexpensive, set-top steaming box. Unfortunately, if your Apple TV is connected to an older HD TV, you may experience video distortion.

By September 30, 2010

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Infiniti's M hybrid will be featured in wave of TV spots

Automotive News reports on Infiniti's ad campaign for its new hybrid.

By February 15, 2011

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Google TV roundup: The first wave of products

CNET rounds up the first wave of Google TV products that have hit the marketplace and outlines what Google needs to fix.

By November 11, 2010

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Waves.tv lets you make goofy faces while meeting people

Take pictures of yourself. Browse other people's pictures and get in touch with them.

By February 28, 2008

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Laser TV: The Wave of the Future or Just Another Flop?

The current state of the HDTV market, much like the cell phone market, dictates the best possible quality at the cheapest price. Next time you hit up a Costco or Sam's Club, take a look at the $3000 Sony and the $1700 Vizio. Can you tell a difference?

By June 25, 2007