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  1. froggyboy604

    Will fewer TVs come with built-in speakers in the future?

    I think in the future, more TVs may come with a bundled sound bar or external speakers to make the TV look more worth buying compared to other TVs with built-in speakers.
  2. froggyboy604

    Do you think Cable TV boxes, and TV tuner boxes will be as popular in the future?

    I think there is a chance that more people may use a Cable TV App or website on their Smart TV, Tablet/Smartphone, Desktop PC, and smart PC monitor to watch TV with an App or Website instead of using a Cable TV box or TV tuner. More people are also only subscribing to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube...
  3. froggyboy604

    Will there be more Tube CRT TVs which exist compared to LCD, Plasma TVs in the future?

    There is a possibility that there maybe more Tube CRT TV which exist in the future compared to other TV types like LCD and Plasma TV which maybe replace with other TV types like Holographic and Laser TV which may cause people to replace their LCD and Plasma TV. There are still people who use...
  4. froggyboy604

    Will Most TVs and other electronics come with remote controls with buttons in the futur?

    I think it is possible that someday most TVs and other electronics won't come bundle with remote controls, so TV companies can save a few dollars, and sell their TV for slightly less money at a store by not including the remote like PC monitors which don't have remotes. The more expensive tvs...
  5. reginafalange

    What's your all time favorite series that you can watch over and over again?

    Mine, personally is Friends, I really love this series even thought it was finished 13 years ago, I can watch it over and over again. If I catch the reruns on TV I watched, it never fails to make me laugh. I would like to know what it's yours!
  6. froggyboy604

    Will Apple TV use a faster CPU Video Chip in future for faster Gaming speed?

    I think it is possible that Apple will eventually release an Apple TV which uses a faster CPU like the iPad Pro's A9X CPU and video chip. But, there may not be a huge demand for a more expensive Apple TV with a faster CPU and video chip, so it may take some time before Apple releases a settop...
  7. froggyboy604

    Is the Nintendo Switch worth getting if you don't own a TV or monitor?

    I think the Nintendo Switch may not be worth getting if you don't own, or plan on getting a TV or monitor unless you just want to play Nintendo games on the Nintendo Switch tablet. The Nintendo 3DS and other gaming handhelds maybe more worth it for people who don't own a TV or monitor, and have...
  8. froggyboy604

    Touchjet Present Tutorial turns TV Monitor into Android touchscreen tablet

    Touchjet Present enables wireless collaboration across smart devices and paperless meetings with cloud based content sharing, digital annotation and automatic report. This does look pretty cool for kids, office workers, and teachers.
  9. froggyboy604

    Would it be Possible to Connect Nintendo Switch to TV without the TV Dock Accessory?

    I think the Nintendo Switch would most likely need the TV dock to connect the Nintendo Switch to a TV since Nintendo did not mention that there is a video port on the Switch's tablet like other non-Switch tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 which has a HDMI port on the side of the tablet to...
  10. froggyboy604

    'Minecraft' is coming to Apple TV

    Today's Apple event might be about new Macs, but the folks at Cupertino are taking time to detail updates for its other products too. First up: Apple TV. On stage, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the box now offers access to over 8,000 apps, and will soon become home to one of the most popular...
  11. froggyboy604

    More likely to buy a smaller TV brand like TCL which comes with Roku built-into the TV?

    Yes, I maybe more likely to buy a TV from a brand like TCL, Insignia, and Hisense if it had a Roku Settop box built-in. A Roku is useful for watching online video. Most likely, the TV are good enough for watching online video with the Roku, and video from a DVD/Blu-Ray player.
  12. froggyboy604

    Did you ever owned a portable battery powered TV?

    No, I never owned a portable battery powered TV.
  13. Demon_Skeith

    Buy a TV for Gaming

    When it comes time for a new TV, anyone on this board should be thinking about buying it for gaming over anything else. IGN has put together a list of things to think about when you go out for a new TV: http://www.ign.com/articles/2016/03/25/how-to-buy-a-4k-or-hdtv But it does lack info on to...
  14. froggyboy604

    Ever played a mobile game on a TV or Monitor by using a HDMI cable, or device to connect it to TV?

    I played mobile games on Windows by using Bluestack emulator. But, I have not used a TV or monitor because I did not have a TV or monitor with a HDMI port. I may try to connect my tablet to a TV with a HDMI port in the future to play emulators, and mobile games with controller support.
  15. froggyboy604

    Microsoft is dropping its Skype app for TV

    Microsoft has confirmed plans to kill its Skype application for TV later this year. While the company defends the app’s “great calling experience,” it explains it is dropping it to focus its efforts in other areas. Skype has been available on a wide range of TVs from Samsung, Sony, Sharp, LG...
  16. Demon_Skeith

    Other Activision Now Owns Major League Gaming

    Good news, or maybe bad news or perhaps worse news. Over the weekend, Activision bought Major League Gaming (MLG) and their first goal is to get MLG on tv air stations. “I have a simple vision for this,” Activision boss Bobby Kotick told the paper. “I want to build the ESPN of video games.”
  17. froggyboy604

    Apple TV Now Has Over 2,600 Apps, Largest Category Is Games

    A new report out today details the growth of the Apple TV App Store in the month or so it’s been live, noting that the store has already grown to include 2,624 applications, the majority being games. At the current rate of growth, the store is estimated to reach 5,000 apps a month from now, and...
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