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A new study by Retrevo reports that 23% of respondents under the age of 25 watch most of their TV via the Internet, while just 8% of those older than 25 are viewing programs on the Web.
Eco-friendly green homes are outselling the rest of the real estate market in some parts of the U.S., according to new research.
According to CEA research, for instance, 12% of U.S. households currently feature at least one netbook, and 42% plan on buying one in the future.
Sony has announced an ambitious "Road to Zero" campaign that will involve such eco-friendly initiatives as climate change, conservation of resources, controlling chemical substances and biodiversity.
"Surround vision" expands TV screen using wireless devices
MIT Media Lab has invented technology that uses smartphones or handheld Web devices to enable viewers to keep tabs on objects even after they have left the borders of traditional TV screens.
Australian telco, TELSTRA, is taking on iPad with touch-screen phones that play videos and connect to Facebook.
Mitsubishi's 2010 TV lineup includes more than 30 TV sets, featuring 3-D capabilities and StreamTV, which adds access to Internet-based content on services such as Flickr, Vudu, Pandora and Facebook.
Google, Microsoft, Nokia and Hewlett-Packard are developing products that show a desire to expand beyond their respective core businesses.
Demand for the iPad in the United States has exceeded expectations, Apple said.
Sharp adds a yellow to the color mix of its 3-D televisions.
Australian Internet service provider iiNet will soon deliver a range of free and subscription television channels via broadband after signing a partnership with FetchTV.