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While some people evaluate the HD DVD/Blu-ray debate from a rational, educated perspective, humor site Cracked has taken a different route. Using the irrefutable logic that \"consumers are at heart, incredibly stupid\", and that \"no one wants a turd in their living room\", they have also come to the co

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July 19, 2006 at 2:36PM
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The BBC is reporting that many in the UK are facing delays in getting high definition set-top boxes installed due to shortages. While thousands of customers have been installed already, many are getting shuffled back as much as three weeks. As our friends at HDTV UK mention, anyone who didn't preord

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Easy contest, the person with the oldest (still working) television in the land will be upgraded to a lovely new HD-ready 50\" plasma TV. The point of the contest is to \"raise awareness about the DTV transition\" (read: sell lots of new HDTVs). Seems like a good plan to, get people looking at that old

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Do we have to go into this again? I've got to question this piece on The Inquirer that compounds the confusion of the article cited. They're telling people that their CRT TV is going to throw away half the information on 1080i Blu-ray and HD-DVDs giving you a 540p image, and that a 1080p set is rea

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In the "oh no you didn't" of the week, Philips has tried to talk their way out of the whole "1080p TV's don't accept a 1080p signal" mess. Our friends across the pond at HDTV UK have the full response but the gist of it is Philips thinks that it is not worth it to put in the chip

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