Big is good… small is not to be trusted, except, of course, when small rules the day, and big is a liability.
Moore's Law has been working over the decades, and individual transistors have gotten really, really small.
Look, there's only one legitimate reason to go to the big show each April. It's to get away from the office and maybe play a little golf in the desert sun.
All four major U.S. commercial TV networks are associated with movie distribution studios. Three are associated with theme parks.
Maybe there's a method to that madness—something TV broadcasters, regulators and legislators might want to take note of.
You might not have noticed that Feb. 17 is going to be a good day to celebrate TV technology. But it ain't a day most of us are going to have to do anything different with that there technology.
Those LCD displays, I've got to admit, are a problem, but LCDs are getting faster all the time, and they ain't the only display technology in town.
When light spreads out due to an edge, the waves charging straight ahead are going to get to a plane a little earlier than the ones taking a diagonal route.
TV technology ain’t brain surgery. TV technology ain’t rocket science. TV technology is all about illusions.
When HDCAM came out, you could count the number of TV stations transmitting HDTV on the fingers of one hand.
You might not have noticed that all television control rooms have monitors of both the picture and sound variety.
You might not have noticed it's a good idea to beware of geeks making gifts. This ain't about that ancient wooden horse named for a condom.
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