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Panasonic, Google pact for hi-def

Duo want to bring quality to YouTube

Panasonic is working with Google to make hi-def televisions that will ship with direct access to the search giant’s YouTube video portal and Picasa photo service. Though several other companies, including Sony, are starting to sell TVs with direct Web access, Panasonic is the first to work directly with Google to put its video and photo content on a TV.

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