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Today's e-Reads: TV Sets Get Cheaper, and Netflix Gets More Expensive

August 30, 2011

Big-screen TV prices have fallen so much that they will soon cost less than an iPad, according to Bloomberg.

Yelp backs off the local deals market, following a similar retreat by Facebook, Bloomberg reports.

The Washington Post previews the IFA consumer electronics exhibition, which starts Friday in Berlin.

 

Google CEO Eric Schmidt says the future of TV is the Internet, Multichannel News reports.

A GigaOM writer questions why the FCC's review of the AT&T merger isn't more transparent.

The inventor of the flip cam has a new venture: a high-tech grilled cheese company, Mashable reports.

The New York Times says "smart collars" could revolutionize they way we manage wildlife.

Netflix subscription prices are about to rise, creating some choices for customers about which subscription plan they want, according to CNET.

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