- n. Plural form of TV.
“You can get 3D capability in TVs, Blu-ray players, cameras, camcorders, computers, and even some phones and tablets (all Ratings available to subscribers).”
“Though the price of 3D TVs is dropping, and some models offer jaw-dropping 3D images, performance is far from stellar for all models.”
“They were hoping to use the same thin-films used in TVs but they have to develop a UV resistant formula which could last 25 years.”
“The appeal of entertainment and sports on older TVs is weak but has blossomed with large screens and HD.”
“The day of cats sleeping on top of warm TVs is dead?”
“She asked what the format of the Games Night would be, and I said, "well, it's basically the boys bringing in TVs and gaming systems and setting it up at different stations, and people hang out and play as they please.”
“Demand for cellphones and flat-screen TVs is depleting global supplies of a host of uncommon metals.”
“Through the years, I've looked at many pricey refrigerators with built-in TVs and computer screens.”
“The FTC says "it has not made a determination it will label TVs," says Hampton Newsome, an FTC staff attorney in the Bureau of Consumer Protection and Enforcement.”
“ABI says web browsers are already "common" in Japanese TVs, with uptake happening now in North America.”
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