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Its important for every one from the audiophile consumer to the AV store owner to a Wall Street stock analyst to stay on top of the news that surrounds the world of consumer electronics. With billions of dollars of sales worldwide, public companies and cutting edge technologies designed to converge computers and entertainment - the CE business is an every changing marketplace. This HomeTheaterReview.com news archive will keep you with your finger on the pulse of what's going on in the world of all things consumer electronics.

FCC Changes the Rules, Could Kill Boxee

FCC Changes the Rules, Could Kill Boxee

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

An new rule change has been presented to the Federal Communications Commission that could affect the way millions of Americans watch television, costing them more money. Boxee, the set-top company, also faces major problems from the change. Read More

 
24-Tech: Ideas On How To Get Your Home Theater Working Like It's Installed At CTU

24-Tech: Ideas On How To Get Your Home Theater Working Like It's Installed At CTU

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

24 was a great show that had some ridiculously impressive technology. So impressive, it defied the reality of the actual technology used. However, the ideas are great. Jerry Del Colliano thinks about how those ideas could be translated to home theaters. Read More

 
Consumer Confidence Highest in Four Years

Consumer Confidence Highest in Four Years

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The Consumer Electronics Association continues to measure consumers' response to the electronics industry and the economy as a whole. With their latest survey, CEA seems to have good news. Read More

 
2012 CES Show Report

2012 CES Show Report

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

HomeTheaterReview.com's staff, including Adrienne Maxwell, Andrew Robinson, and Jerry Del Colliano, headed to the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Here's a report of what they found while they were there. Read More

 
Many New Audiophile Companies Target

Many New Audiophile Companies Target "One Percenter" Clients At CES 2012

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

New companies emerge at CES and bring their products with them. However, these new companies are embracing old methods that will cause them to have a hard time breaking into the marketplace. Read More

 
AVN Adult Entertainment Expo and CES 2012 Will Not Coincide

AVN Adult Entertainment Expo and CES 2012 Will Not Coincide

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

After many years of coexisting with the Consumer Electronics Show, the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo and the Adult Novelty Expo have decided to change schedules and venues. Read More

 
Gibson Buys Majority Interest in Onkyo

Gibson Buys Majority Interest in Onkyo

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Gibson has made quite an impressive deal with Onkyo in which Gibson will take over majority interest in Onkyo USA and the second largest owner in the company as a whole. But how will this deal affect the companies? Read More

 
What Drives The Consumer Electronics Business Beyond 4K Video and 24 Bit Audio?

What Drives The Consumer Electronics Business Beyond 4K Video and 24 Bit Audio?

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Blu-ray and 3D may be the present, and 4K may be the near future, but what is beyond that? The list contained in this article gives several possible places the future of home theater could be heading to. Read More

 
Producers Guild to Hold 2012 Produced By Conference Sponsored By CEA

Producers Guild to Hold 2012 Produced By Conference Sponsored By CEA

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The Producers Guild of America is hosting its Produced By Conference again this year, but with one notable difference. This year, the event will be sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Show and the Consumer Electronics Association. Read More

 
CEA Ends Tech Enthusiast Program

CEA Ends Tech Enthusiast Program

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The Consumer Electronics Association has decided that their Tech Enthusiast program is not worth continuing. However, the organization will continue to engage consumers and move the program's content to a new location. Read More