Trend: Wireless devices drive digital home

According to research firm Strategy Analytics, homeowners worldwide will purchase nearly 950 million wireless home devices, including game consoles, wireless MP3 players and connected TVs by 2012. A recent testament to the trend: Verizon just partnered with GN Netcom, a developer of hands-free audio solutions to launch a series of Verizon-branded headsets used for on-line gaming and VoIP around the house. If and when the 802.11n standards mess gets cleared up, some industry pundits say the wireless digital home will become a reality.

For more on the digital home trend:
- read this article from Tech News World

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