Your colleague sitting across the conference table from you -- the one with the laptop -- said he's taking minutes in Evernote. But it's entirely possible he's got one eye on an NBA shot clock. Over the past few years TV has left the living room and gone on walkabout. It's on our smart phones, our tablets, our laptops; in our in-flight cabins; and on demand. It appears that 2012 will be the first year that sales of flat-panel TVs have declined, and last month it was announced that owners of Microsoft's Xbox console now spend more time watching entertainment content than playing games. VF.com explores 10 essential ways to tune in today. See the full slideshow at VanityFair.com.
-- Hamish Robertson, Vanity Fair
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