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November 14, 2007 1:23 PM
Posted by Brier Dudley
No wonder networks are going online with video services like Hulu: Within three years 16 million U.S. homes will be using their broadand service more than they now use their TVs, according to a new In-Stat survey.
It found 30 percent would drop pay-TV services and get TV content online, and 42 percent felt they aren't getting enough international news and information from their current TV services.
"As more high-quality content becomes available online, savvy consumers are considering ways to reduce their monthly bills by getting everything from the Internet,'' analyst Gerry Kaufhold said in a news release.
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Gadgets and games | Fun stuff I've written about lately includes Apple's iPhone, Hewlett-Packard's HDX laptop and Microsoft's Halo3. Also on the radar are new digital video boxes such as the Tivo HD and the Vudu.