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The US Federal Trade Commission announced yesterday that it has reached a settlement with Vizio, which it alleged misled customers about what data its smart TVs were collecting. Vizio agreed to pay $US2.2 million ($2.8 million) in penalties, including $US1.5 million ($1.9 million) to the FTC and $US1 million ($1.3 million) to the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, with $US300,000 ($391,827) suspended.

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If you bought a TV a decade ago, or even five years ago, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you need another device plugged in to get the utmost enjoyment out of it. While that's still true if you want to watch 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, any new TV that you buy will be able to beam your Netflix or YouTube or on-demand video streaming service directly to your TV — no extra gadgets required. Here's how 2016's latest and greatest TVs can make your TV- and movie-watching experience more seamless than ever.

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More and more Skype users accessing the service on their mobile devices, as opposed their television, has lead to the app being axed from Smart TVs.

From June 2016 the Skype for TV application will no longer be supported, with no further updates being made.

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Two or three years ago at CES, this post probably would have been about some 3D TV equipped with dorky glasses, maybe a smart set that's more like a rusty Swiss army knife for home entertainment. This year, things are different. 3D is now a spectre of CES past. With any luck, smart TVs are next on the chopping block.

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In the TV space, Samsung and Sony are bitter rivals. Except when they're not, because there's a benefit for both sides. That's the thinking behind a move that will see Samsung's 2015 range of Smart TVs including Playstation Now compatibility.