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    Default 3D TV among the biggest tech failures in 2010

    3D TVs are considered to be one of the biggest technology failure of 2010. Highly expected at the start of the year they failed to reach their predicted market share due to lack of media available in 3d format and unit price.
    http://www.believe3d.com/3d-tv-among...lures-in-2010/


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    I don't know how anyone thought it'd be a big deal. 3D is stupid. Hopefully it'll be going away.

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    Every 10 years or so there is a mad 3D fad and like every decade before it, it eventually dies off...

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