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Screening the future

Thin's the rage for TV sets, and emerging technologies may help you avoid thinning out your wallet

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / May 30, 2005

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The television business is going flat. Like a slowly leaking tire, sales of traditional TV sets, with their bulky, lead-lined cathode-ray tubes, or CRTs, are on the wane. Meanwhile, consumers are going into hock for costly flat-panel TVs that are thin enough to hang on a wall and wide enough to simulate the look of a movie theater. And the ... (Full article: 1004 words)

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