The addictive stuff

By : skull candy

Intro

DonÕt you hate it when your watching your favorite channel and then it gets all blurry well that wonÕt happen if you get dtv and also it talks about the addictive stuff/video games.

History of the video games and dtv

Why Are Broadcast TV Stations Switching to All-Digital?

 

Congress mandated the conversion to all-digital television broadcasting, also known as the digital television (DTV) transition, because all-digital broadcasting will free up frequencies for public safety communications (such as police, fire, and emergency rescue). Also, digital is a more efficient transmission technology that allows broadcast stations to offer improved picture and sound quality, as well as offer more programming options for consumers through multiple broadcast streams (multicasting). In addition, some of the freed up frequencies will be used for advanced commercial wireless services for consumers.

This paragraph is about the first video game ever. A device called the Cathode-Ray Tube amusement device was patented in the U.S. by Thomas T. Goldsmith Jr. and Estle Ray Mann.[1] The patent was so bored about it in January 25, 1947 and issued  on December 14, 1948. It described using 8 vacuum tubes to simulate  a missile firing at a target and contains knobs to adjust   the curve and speed of the missile, Ok now IÕm goanna change the object to dtv. If you still watch TV on a conventional set with conventional set with an antenna, well, bad news. Your TV will go dark in 2009, unless you take action.

 

Now some cool wii pictures.

 

you think I just showed this wii pictures for fun  well the wiis were one of the first video systems ever and it  was made in 2007.

 

 

Conclusion