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dlr5288
dlr5288
7/31/2017 6:55:03 PM
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Re: Traditional TV
I agree. I think it would be so cool to be able to fold up something to make it more portable!

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
7/4/2017 6:20:36 PM
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Re: Sky Italia's Gandino Talks OTT Challenges,
An interesting discxourse to catch up on--here is one brief food 4 thought:  With an estimated 80% of the market having been absorbed by "Smart Phones'< there needs to be innovation no doubt--I wanted to downgrade for a week to an Old Samsung Flip Phone I had just to remember the "good old days"--here is what is going to be "kind of cool":  If the Smart Watches conitnue to evolve further than they have so that they're truly indepedent on their own--Star Trek cubed!!

We're getting there..aren't we?

 

 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
7/4/2017 10:03:51 AM
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Re: Traditional TV
@dcawrey:

Your ask for fold and unfold feature for mobile devices is pretty reasonable and cool. I am sure that technology may be coming up. But i haven't heard any so far.

That surely would be the future trend in mobile computing space. For now there are so many advanced features that consumers can make use of, but still this screen size limitation is kind of a push back in my opinion.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/30/2017 2:45:38 PM
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Re: Traditional TV
In regard to screen technology, I think it would be really cool if I had a device I could fold and unfold. 

That's the future of computing if you ask me. 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/29/2017 6:31:42 PM
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Re: Traditional TV
There you go.

That screen space is excatly the selling point with TV. Not sure if that can ever change, no matter for whatever the age group audience belong to. More than age it is the human nature. We tend to lean towards enjoying big screen picture better. So that way i have to say that these mobile devices would remain secondary choice when there are options available.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/29/2017 6:28:02 PM
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Re: UHD
Glad to hear that you enjoyed reading the info.

I was exactly thinking the same. We often get to hear about their programming, movies etc but never about their technology efforts. In a way it's good that they are silently progressing with not much of hype.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
6/29/2017 5:53:00 PM
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Re: UHD
As much as I like these new OTT services, discovery of new content is really poor. 

I don't know if it is because the depth of content is not good or the indexing. Either way, I spend way too much time trying to find good stuff to watch. 

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afwriter
afwriter
6/29/2017 4:59:44 PM
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Re: UHD
My taste is so eclectic that I'm sure I would make an AI figurative head explode, but I would love to see what suggestions they could come up with for me. It only makes sense that Netflix would be doing something like this because if they keep suggesting something new for you to watch you will keep subscribing to their service. 

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afwriter
afwriter
6/29/2017 4:57:13 PM
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Re: UHD
Great link, thanks for the valuable info. You always hear about their movie and TV originals, but you don't often get a sneak peak at what Netflix is doing behind the scenes. 

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afwriter
afwriter
6/29/2017 4:54:47 PM
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Re: Traditional TV
My kids use tablets and TVs, but when it comes to watching their favorite shows they always gravitate toward the big screen. 

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