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 (vĭd′ē-ō-tĕks′) also vid·e·o·text (-tĕkst′)
An information service in which data is transmitted over television cables or telephone lines and displayed on a television or computer screen.

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(Computer Science) trademark an information system that displays information from a distant computer on a television screen. See also Teletext, Viewdata
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(ˈvɪd i oʊˌtɛks)

an information transmission and retrieval system that provides interactive communication via telephone or television for such purposes as data processing and electronic banking and shopping.
[1975–80; video + tex (t)]
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® [ˈvɪdɪəʊˌteks] Nvídeotex ® m
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Videotex has rolled out Shinco's non-smart TV with SO2A, SO3A, and SO5A, in 60cm(24 inch Rs6990/-), 80cm(32 inch Rs9990/- ), and 102cm(40 inch Rs 16,990/-) screen respectively and a range of smart LED TVs with SO32AS, SO5AS and SO50AS in 32 (Rs 12,990), 40(19,990/-), and 48 inches(Rs 25,990/-) respectively (with CASHBACK and NO COST EMI).
Podemos afirmar que con el videotex y el teletexto (expuestos dentro de las pantallas de television), con el periodico por fax, el audiotex y el CD-ROM, se sentaron las bases para la edicion y presentacion de los periodicos en las redes telematicas (Internet) y la posterior configuracion del "cibermedio", que posee caracteristicas que ningun otro medio habia logrado con plenitud como la interactividad, la lectura no secuencial, la profundidad, la inmediatez, la personalizacion del medio, entre otras.
DataStar was always the raison d'etre, but my department of Radio-Suisse also developed and sold other products including DataMail, Europe's first email service, and Videotex, software for banks; and we were a distributor of Hayes modems and network technology and support.
I've written extensively about newer media, including a book on electronic publishing in the embryonic days of videotex, teletext and online databases, which were prelude to the explosion of personal computers that paved the way for the Internet's mass appeal in the 1990's.
Een meta-analyse van videotex-literatuur: Een aanzet tot een acceptatiemodel voor de consumentenmarkt [A meta-analysis of videotex literature: A model for consumer market acceptance].
Broadcast convergence does not arrive as an unknown, like videotex -- an expensive and failed experiment that burned the few companies that invested heavily in it -- or like the Web, an even more radical technological and business departure that was eventually embraced by virtually every daily paper.
Fletcher, Videotex, the Internet, and Innovation in France and the United States, ANTENNA, Apr.
Worldwide Videotex, publisher of Worldwide Telecom, will be an official media sponsor at the ground-breaking new conference "Professional Services Automation 2001" to be held November 8-9 in San Francisco, CA, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco.