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Today, technology is taking more and more of a typical home. Television has been the biggest feature of our living room for some time, but over time it has only become bigger and bigger and has been associated with countless other devices and storage media. Slowly, our walls were lined with DVDs and computer games, consoles and various media players . https://oite.fi/



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