New way to link TV, Net

Mermigas, Diane
January 2000
Electronic Media;01/17/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p1A
Focuses on a technology that can instantly connect television sets to specific Internet sites without having to type Web addresses from a computer keyboard. Breakthrough for anyone trying to make an instant interactive connection with customers and consumers; Major companies planning specific uses of the technology developed by DigitalConvergence.com.


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