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Cord cutters: TV and streaming services race to make it easier to find your next favorite show

LAS VEGAS — Now that the Internet is nearly everyone's favorite TV station, content providers and device makers find themselves catering to consumers' desires for more, better streaming video. That was abundantly clear here at CES, where the biggest makers of streaming devices rubbed elbows with entertainment and Internet heavyweights such as Time Warner and Verizon, and every TV maker touted even smarter, more connected displays. For cord cutters, the throngs at the global tech trade show yielded this view of the future: New TVs on display at CES promise smarter on-board apps and better guides to make it easier to find programming you want to watch. Samsung's newest TVs will incorporate its artificial digital assistant Bixby, which ...