U.S. Households Drop Cable for Internet TV

More than 5 million homes have dropped traditional television for online content.
0:56 | 04/08/13

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Good morning in today's tech -- give up TV for good is a growing trend across the US called zero TB more than five million households have done it. That's up from two million back -- 07 a new survey shows they're using the Internet instead of Wal-Mart and best fire slashing prices on the iPad and iPad mini to mini now starts at 299. Dollars and the third generation iPad now starts at 314. Dollars. This week's video game review winds in the week -- mansion dark moon. The -- stars Luigi -- lesser known Super Mario brother who embarks on god ghost busting mission. Games dot com to -- -- says it's a fun game for players of all ages. There's a sending -- knew I -- -- in the new mission and I you're going to -- different -- and -- with kind of a different environment -- different takes some -- He does you tech sites I'm Marcy Gonzales.

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