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high-definition TV

A reference to TV technology beyond the original analog NTSC, PAL and SECAM standards. See DTV.
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chairman Daniel Tsai, who also holds the major stakes in WinTV, pointed out that promoting high-definition TV can foster the development of Taiwan's digital cable TV industry.
Etisalat said eLife subscribers with faster connections of 16MB (Premier, Dh399 per month) to 30MB (Max, Dh549 per month) can enjoy the month-long soccer mania in high-definition TV for the first time.
As part of the contract, Nokia Siemens Networks will also be delivering and integrating set-top boxes for high-definition TV into Belgacom's network.
(Oguchi, Aichi Pref.) has expanded its Tsukuba/Tokyo technology center by adding the "Learning Auditorium," a 130-seat hall featuring a 300-inch screen for high-definition TV shows.
The P100 presentation tool is high-definition TV ready, offering 30 frame-per-second capability.
Xbox 360 is the first gaming console to offer standard and high-definition TV shows and movies via digital distribution.
Apparently, high-definition TV is showing up every wrinkle and blemish and his especially hairy hands.
THE Wimbledon men's singles final - annual highlight of the world's most-loved tennis tournament - will be the first to be broadcast in high-definition TV.
The proposed merger will create more resources for innovation and new products, like video on demand and high-definition TV.'
Also on the Presidency agenda, Mr Schiltz said he wanted to open talks on updating the eEurope 2005 programme, and to push forward the issue of high-definition TV. He said Europe has to admit that it is lagging behind in digital TV, adding that he would kick-start the question with a special seminar in Luxembourg in June.
Toshiba said it plans to launch a high-definition TV set featuring Cell in the same year.
Best Buy: Zenith 44-inch LCD projection high-definition TV monitor, only 14.5 inches deep, $1,999.99

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