In this increasingly faced paced world nothing seems to be moving faster than the advances we see in technology. It was only twenty five years ago that people were using black-screened personal computers with green colored font yet today most of us could not imagine our lives without access to the internet and connectivity with the rest of the world with the click of a button.
TV is another technology that has grown by leaps and bounds. In the 1950′s television was a black and white three channel format, today we can access hundreds of channels with the click of a few buttons and some satellites thanks to http://www.direct.tv entertainment packages. Our box sets have turned into inch thin plasma screens which seemingly get thinner by the day. While these achievements are mind blowing, in the coming years a new technology will be reaching homes which will again transform the way we live our lives and entertain ourselves.
In the next decade Television without an internet browser will be a thing of the past. With the addition of streaming video from the likes of Apple TV, Netflix and the soon to be available Google TV, consumers are going to be introduced to a radically different albeit familiar entertainment format. Innovators are working on a computer TV hybrid that will allow you to search the internet, download your favorite movies and watch internet clips. There is a driver update available now that can allow you to hook up your computer to a cable jack. With the use of a super remote, voice activation or even your android phone your TV will be able to access a huge array of entertainment media in one appliance.
Today, when we wish to see a new video from YouTube or if we want to access our email we head straight to our computer. But in the near future we can accomplish these tasks as well as tune in to our favorite new TV show. The progression of technology in both computer and television has been staggering. In the coming years we will see a convergence of the two mediums that will take the world by storm.