Reuters Summit-Convergence no longer a bad word for tech execs


By Daniel Sorid NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Reuters) - If the failures of Web TV and PC-connected bar code readers made "convergence" a dirty word in years past, top executives in media, telecommunications and technology are showing no hesitance to try again to get it right. Home telephone lines, built to carry phone conversations, and later high-speed Internet data, could soon deliver television and movies. Satellites launched to transmit radio are now being applied to bring traffic reports to ...

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