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Blu-ray Recommended as Best Choice for Home Theaters Blu-ray Recommended as Best Choice for Home Theaters

Survey by leading customer electronics trade publications says Blu-ray is the first choice for home theaters. Read more

Business Models Emerge
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Business Models Emerge

AT A PRESS CONFERENCE THE CONSUMER Electronics Association (CEA) held last summer... Read more

IP in the House
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IP in the House

NETSTREAMS OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, IS among the few home-tech providers that can offer... Read more

Wired for Sound
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Wired for Sound

THE CONSUMER ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATION (CEA) is wired for sound with a new multiroom... Read more

Driving Force
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Driving Force

NEW-HOME BUYERS ARE FOCUSED ON ENTERTAINMENT and communications—and they want the... Read more

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Builder Tech Briefs: September 2004

- Honeywell Power Products gaining popularity due to increased interest in home security. - Best Software now offers Timberline Office Desktop as part of Timberline Office 2004. - The Consumer Electronics Association launches campaign to promote multiroom audio. Read more

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Beyond the PC

By Steve Zurier. Households with existing home networks are starting to look beyond basic PC functionality to a broad range of home entertainment applications, according to "Status of Digital Networks and Applications," a new joint report by Dallas-based market research and consulting firm Parks Associates and the Washington-based Consumer Electronics Association. Read more

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Wire Wars

This June, the Home Plug Powerline Alliance (www.homeplug.org) released its long-awaited standard for powerline carrier (PLC) technology, in which electrical wires are used for digital data. Now the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) (www.CE.org) has jumped into the fray. Read more

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