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Home automation systems shipments revenue will top $11.8 billion in 2015 according to new projections from ABI Research.
This week, 3-D has its Internet moment thanks to the Masters golf tournament.
28% of builders in a new survey said home technology was "very important" to marketing new homes; 25% said it "positively impacted" revenues.
Analysts have raised their forecasts for 2010 sales to between 5.5 million and 7.1 million after 300,000 were sold on the first day.
A Swedish company will be the first to sell an internet-connected, Android-based TV set.
New speakers from Definitive Technology as as thin as today's thinnest TVs.
Best Buy plans to deploy a Web storefront in the second quarter and is now using specific marketing programs in stores to showcase how consumers can consume content wherever and whenever they want.
The iPad will make touchscreen universal remotes obsolete
The iPad will destroy the entire market for $1000 plus universal remotes.
Onkyo announced a series of home-theater products that support 3-D video formats.
HomeSeer has joined Savant and Crestron as the first home control manufacturers to announce iPad apps.
Research firm eMarketer now forecasts that U.S. retail e-commerce sales other than travel, digital downloads and event tickets will come in at $152.1 billion this year, a 12.7% increase over 2009.
Apple's iPad could launch another industry - at least analysts and vendors in the tablet market think so.
We could be watching 3D TV sooner than expected after SBS confirms it's considering broadcasting a FIFA World Cup soccer match using the new technology.