There’s a lot that can be said about Venom: Let There Be Carnage, a movie that’s a follow-up to one that many people didn’t like. Love…
My previous connotations towards the aptly dubbed “idiot box” were ones of apathy. The reason this stigma has been around for decades, stems around our manner of interaction. When dealing with a PC, you address the computer and dialogue begins. You ask for a task, it performs a function, and the dance continues. In the case of the television, you are sunk into your couch and dragged through the experience as a mere third person spectator. Yet somehow Samsung have found a harmonious amalgam between the two with Samsung’s SMART TV.
Samsung has an ideology that far exceeds the confines of a single TV. Samsung’s goal of “convergence” is for users to seamlessly connect all their compatible Samsung devices through DLNA technology and allow them to interact in a synchronicity never before experienced in a commercial product. Using this AllShare technology with the aid of built-in Wi-Fi technology, one can view, listen and share movies, music and photos stored on these devices with relative ease.
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