After years of "my TV is bigger than your TV" battles on the CES floor, this year's show was a refreshing change.
3D
Internet Apps
Skype
More Color
Wireless HDMI
Green
Edge-Lit Dimming
Pencil Thin
 
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Wireless HDMI

All the major TV makers seem to be in agreement that the public doesn’t want to plug things into their TVs, they want to send those signals wirelessly. Wireless HDMI has been showing up in products for a few years, but hopefully 2010 will be the year when the technology works as promised, cutting down on the cable clutter without sacrificing picture or sound quality.

Another kind of wireless making its way to TVs this year is WiFi. More sets will allow wireless Internet connections, either through a built-in WiFi receiver or an optional USB dongle.

Prediction: This will allow for simpler and more creative TV installation. Also, people in apartments with thin walls will figure out a way to hijack your TV signal as easily as they hijack your WiFi.

Read more: Coolest TV Innovations from CES 2010