A new KPMG study finds 60% fo consumers watch TV, access Web simultaneously
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January 28, 2013
A new study from KPMG suggests that the majority of Americans now watch TV and access the Web simultaneously. However, consumers say they still prefer to watch video on the TV -- suggesting the next big disruptive technology in the living room may be the Internet-connected "smart TV," like these on display at the recent Consumer Electronics Show.
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