Marketplace Tech Report for Tuesday, December 25, 2012

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This Chrismas day, many people will be turning on their new gadgets: Tablets, smartphones, laptops, and televisions. Granted, many of us don't even really use televisions any more, unless it is to project whatever we're streaming from the Internet. But if you're like us, you know and love good televisions, and what it is to plug in and customize your settings just the way you like them. One problem: In 2012 there are so many different settings -- with different names depending on the manufacturer -- that it can get pretty complicated.
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Merry Christmas! Now how do you work your new TV?

Many people on Christmas day are turning on their new gadgets, but what if once you power up your new 'smart' television, it looks all...weird?
Posted In: televisions, soap opera effect, motion-smoothing, tv

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