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July 1st, 2003

Breakthrough to cut cost of flat-screen TVs

Men, the giant flat-screen TV of your dreams will get closer to affordable reality. Motorola Inc. announced Tuesday that scientists at its labs in Tempe have developed a new process that could enable electronics manufacturers to produce large flat-panel displays for less than $1,000 in as little as two years. (more on earlier story)

The Arizona Republic

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