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Today on the Net: The Daily Show and the Colbert Report may return to Hulu soon, CE makers are still trying to convince us oh 3-D in the home and uTorrent has 100MM monthly users.

Daily Show May Return to Hulu; Executives at Hulu and Comedy Central negotiated about restoring the shows as recently as last month. (MediaDecoder)

VidTrim: Simple, Free Video Editing on Android; VidTrim isn’t going to turn you into the next George Lucas. But if all you want to do is trim a video, you can do that with this free app. (Zatz Not Funny)

New iTunes Features Aim To Outdo DVD; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is quietly testing new features with an eye on a future in which digital distribution offers a more compelling product than physical discs. (paidContent.org)

CES: 3D TV Will Try, Try Again; industry hopes aggressive pricing, more content will finally get people to use those funny glasses. (Broadcasting & Content)

Another $180 Million Raised by Video Companies in Q4 ’10, Capping a Banner Year; private video-related companies raised at least $179.8 million in Q4 ’10, bringing their total raised in 2010 to just over $750 million. (Video Nuze)

uTorrent & BitTorrent Hit 100 Million Monthly Users; on an average day 20 million users from over 220 countries fire up one of the two BitTorrent clients. (TorrentFreak)

Connected TVs Forecast to Account for 21% of Global TV Shipments in 2010; emerging markets will play a key role in the future growth of this segment, with Eastern Europe forecast to grow from 2.5 million connected TVs shipped in 2010 to over 10 million in 2014. (press release)

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