Worldwide sales of Smart TVs are set to go through the roof over the next five years, with experts predicting some 220 million devices to be snapped up by 2017.
This news might not come as much of a surprise to industry watchers, but what does raise a few eyebrows is that more than half of these new Smart television owners are likely to use their new devices in exactly the same way as the older, unconnected sets they throw away.
According to the latest forecasts from Informa Telecoms & Media
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