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Data Breach: Privacy Concerns Abound Around the Connected Home

With the connected home market heating up fast, the security of these devices and the data they hold is a priority. More

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Home Theater Audio Design

CEA and CEDIA Standards Committee creates a roadmap for home theater audio design. More

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Home Tech Goes Retro(fit)

With construction starts largely stalled, installers and electronics manufacturers are now turning their attention to the 99 percent of existing homes that make up the total housing market. The retrofit strategy is long overdue. Using wireless or no-new-wires approaches to technology, integrators can offer homeowners the benefits of advanced home electronics without tearing down walls and starting over. More

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Home Electronic Trends for 2009

On the heels of its annual CEDIA Expo in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) predicts the top technology trends in home electronics: command and control technologies, kitchen connectivity, advances in display technology, Web 3.0, and advancements in digital telemedicine. More

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NAHB's New Buy Program

Since its inception more than six decades ago, the NAHB has focused its efforts on a single mission—serving members' needs. Sometimes fulfilling that goal is as simple as answering a telephone call and providing information. At other times—such as during today's difficult housing market—serving members' needs requires significantly more. More

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Catch the A-Bus

Electronics integrators like Tim Wilcox would rather their customers didn't know... More

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Closer to Home

As production builders move toward offering structured wiring packages and the... More

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Trend 7

IF YOU WALKED THE FLOOR OF LAST SEPTEMBER'S CEDIA show, everywhere you turned... More

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E Is for Efficiency

As whiz-bang technology gets practical, the first step is always the wiring. More

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