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Just would like to share this email update from Cnet Asia written by Timothy Fernandez.
Why tech rumors are in a state of "meh"
There once was a time when folks were truly excited to find out if a product rumor was true. There have been tons of useful innovations that changed the way we live and work, but what really gets us excited are all those juicy rumors.
These days, Apple's iTV is possibly the most widely rumored tech product, which is strange, because many of its potential features aren't exactly groundbreaking. But perhaps, the real reason many of us are hopeful about this rumor is because Apple has been known to be an ace at building up hype, well, at least in the Steve Jobs era. Even people who aren't fans of Macintosh computers looked forward to the first iPod, iPhone and iPad. And while some other companies have given us a peek at some pretty awesome gear--Google Glass and those flexible screens showcased by Samsung at CES come to mind--most product rumors these days are merely about incremental upgrades.
The lack of "firsts" could be what's making those rumors mills so, well, boring, these days. However, the optimist in me would like to think that there are still some surprises in store for us this year.
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