(For other news from Reuters Global Technology Summit, click http://www.reuters.com/summit/GlobalTech11?pid=500) * Tech companies aim to link devices more easily * Current technology costly and tricky * Some see improvements around the corner By Noel Randewich and Poornima Gupta NEW YORK, May 20 (Reuters) - Chat by video on multiple screens as you stroll around your house. Start a game on your living room TV and finish it on your car entertainment system. Automobiles, phones, TVs ...
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