Originally published: January 11, 2010
Last updated: January 11, 2010 - 9:14pm
[Commentary] The recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show brought home one simple fact: We will soon be hard-pressed to find consumer electronics that don't feature a built-in Internet connection. From e-readers to tablets to Blu-ray players, we should be preparing for a connected experience. And consumers electronics makers should be preparing for a boost in sales.
- More people buying Wi-Fi-enabled devices
- More TV On The Internet and More Broadband Serving
- Popularity Of Mobile Devices Still High
- Cutting the final cord
- Booming TV market a boon for app makers, tech firms
- Internet TVs, Other Video Devices To More Than Quadruple By 2013
- Netflix Begins Rolling Out Captions for Streaming Videos
- TDG: 56% of U.S. Broadband Homes Have an Internet-Connected TV
- Wal-Mart buys Vudu; enters OTT delivery fray?
- Sony Considers Internet Rival to Cable TV
- Consumer Reports Gives Seal of Approval to "Connected TVs"
- Cutting the cord: how the world's engineers built Wi-Fi
- Connected Consumer Tuned In to TVs in Q4
- It's time to reinvent in-car broadband pricing
- 1 in 5 U.S. consumers connects TV to the Internet, study says