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Philips plans launch of voice-activated TV sets

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Consumer electronics giant Philips is planning to have the first voice-activated television set in the shops by the middle of next year. The new sets will dispense with the need for a remote control handset, and respond instead to pre-programmed voice commands. The system will enable users to change channels, adjust volume and other functions […]

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