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Analog cable customers should be able to watch local stations.
Today’s average broadband speeds can stream only dramatically compressed high-def content.
Fears grow that millions of consumers will be left with TVs that don't work.
Setup is simple and, presto, you've got 15 channels—except when there's no signal at all.
The road to digital broadcasts is full of potholes.
The switch to digital and the lure of getting HDTV over the air fuel a small company's rise.
Cisco, HP, and others offer state-of-the-art, high-definition systems.
Why Sony won the battle against Toshiba's HD DVD but may lose the war for high-def eyes.
It was a costly fight: Sony's disks lost two years in the high-def video market.
Media Center blithely ignores new channels.