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(Latest update: February 17, 2011. This article will no longer be updated. Please see CNET's guide to 3D TV for an updated alternative.)
It's been almost a year since the first of the "new" 3D TVs hit the market, enabling their owners to watch 3D Blu ray movies and 3D television programming as well as play 3D games. The technology behind these televisions is still relatively new, however, and still inspires plenty of questions.
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