TVs are to CES as Ford cars were to the mid-century World’s Fair – it’s hard to imagine the exhibition without them. But as the New York Times points out today, TV-makers are getting a little worried that nobody will buy their flashy new models, since nearly everyone has a perfectly functional TV already, and those who don’t can get one cheaply. “The TV industry has innovated itself into a corner,” the paper writes.

From NY Mag.

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You won’t buy this.

 

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on January 10, 2014 in You Don't Say.

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