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In this Nov. 19, 2010 photo, a Kylo and "loop"  is seen in front of a large screen with the website  logo, on Capitol Hill in Washington.  It won't be long before an Internet-connected video screen is always at your fingertips _ whether it's a smart phone, a tablet computer or a high-end television set hooked up to a Google TV or Apple TV device. But what if there's nothing to watch? (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg)
Photo by: Harry Hamburg
In this Nov. 19, 2010 photo, a Kylo and "loop" is seen in front of a large screen with the website logo, on Capitol Hill in Washington. It won't be long before an Internet-connected video screen is always at your fingertips _ whether it's a smart phone, a tablet computer or a high-end television set hooked up to a Google TV or Apple TV device. But what if there's nothing to watch? (AP Photo/Harry Hamburg)

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