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The television as we know it, was developed over many years by many different people in many different countries. Although it is widely accepted that the first electronic television was developed by Kenjiro Takayanagi, on 25 December 1926 in Japan, he did not patent it. This meant that records show that Philo Farnsworth demonstrated the first electric television in September of 1927. Of course, since those early televisions, many improvements have been made. The first televisions available to buy could only show black and white imagery and it was not until much later that colour televisions became available. More recently televisions that show images in High Definition (HD) have been available and still more recently 3D television was available to buy in the shops. Today, the latest improvements to televisions is said to be in the form of curved TVs. The best curved tv is supposed to contrast colours better, be more Aesthetic, allowing greater depth to the images and all of this is supposed to make for a more comfortable television experience. There are some cons to the curved TVs though and they are that they emit more glare, offer less area from where they can be watched in comfort for the best effect and another disadvantage is that all curved TVs have to be large. Obviously the companies like Samsung and LG that make these curved TVs, hope you will replace your current TV with one of their curved ones. Many people though, have only just gotten used to their new flat screen TV which was said at the time when they bought them to provide the best viewing experience. One other problem that these companies may have in selling their new product is that an increasing number of people are depending on their PCs and mobile apps to provide them with entertainment, regarding a TV as just a back-up.
It is perhaps true to say though that TVs, since their introduction, have changed the way people live, what they know and how quickly they know it. To many people TVs almost rule their lives, they depend on the TV for learning the news, their entertainment and also on learning what is available to buy. Advertising on TV has therefore become big business with millions of dollars having to be paid for just a couple of minutes of advertising during a televised, major event such as the Super Bowl. This means that although the older generation may still be hooked to their TVs and therefore are prepared to spend money on buying the latest types, the younger generation is more likely to spend their money on upgrading their mobile apps, laptops or PCs. So far though, the curved screen TV manufacturers have managed to stir up enough interest in their new product to stimulate some sales but as to whether or not they are able to stimulate enough interest for every household to own one, is yet to be seen. If these curved TVs do sell well though, other manufacturers will of course introduce their own versions.