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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.

Panasonic Commits to New Jersey

Panasonic Commits to New Jersey

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Panasonic has resisted the urges that may have sent the company headquarters somewhere else and committed to building a new building and providing jobs in the city of Newark, New Jersey. Read More

 
The Bully Sound Company - A New Company from Dan D'Agostino's Son

The Bully Sound Company - A New Company from Dan D'Agostino's Son

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Dan D'Agostino has had a long and storied career in the audio electronics industry. Now, his son is taking his swing at the market with his own company, Bully Sound Company, which was founded to offer quality with affordability. Read More

 
LG Adds Advertising to Smart TV Platform

LG Adds Advertising to Smart TV Platform

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

LG Electronics has attempted to create a platform that will allow developers to create more apps for the company's Smart TV service. However, it may affect users in an adverse way, as it means more advertising. Read More

 
The Next Video Format War Coming To a Home Theater Near You: 4K vs FauxK

The Next Video Format War Coming To a Home Theater Near You: 4K vs FauxK

By Andrew Robinson

 

It's been said many times over that when companies battle over a format, the consumers are the losers. It's true, and a new format war is brewing. However, it isn't too late to prevent a full-fledged format war. Read More

 
HDMI Forum Created to Encourage Participation in Future of HDMI

HDMI Forum Created to Encourage Participation in Future of HDMI

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

HDMI Licensing, LLC is trying to get everyone not only on board with HDMI, but helping to technology to evolve. It is for that reason that a new organization has been created to add strength to the goal. Read More

 
Eliza Dushku Named Ambassador for 2012 CES Entertainment Matters Program

Eliza Dushku Named Ambassador for 2012 CES Entertainment Matters Program

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

The Consumer Electronics Association continues to work to get support from Hollywood in backing the Consumer Electronics Show. In keeping with this, CEA has announced Eliza Dushku as the ambassador for the 2012 Entertainment Matters program. Read More

 
What Steve Jobs Really Taught the Consumer Electronics Industry

What Steve Jobs Really Taught the Consumer Electronics Industry

By Andrew Robinson

 

Steve Jobs was a visionary, but his ideas can be grasped very easily. It is time we take those ideas and run with them, apply them to the consumer electronics industry and everybody can win. Read More

 
Sennheiser Files 12 Lawsuits in Los Angeles

Sennheiser Files 12 Lawsuits in Los Angeles

By HomeTheaterReview.com

 

Sennheiser takes great pride in their products, so it makes sense that they take great offense to someone peddling knockoffs branded with the Sennheiser logo. So the company struck back. Read More

 
At a Time When America Needs Steven Jobs Most

At a Time When America Needs Steven Jobs Most

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Steve Jobs has passed away and America has lost a great visionary. Join us as we remember the many accomplishments of Steven P. Jobs and think about how his vision can still help us in the future. Read More

 
Balancing Your AV System Plan Between Blue-Chip and Consumable AV Components

Balancing Your AV System Plan Between Blue-Chip and Consumable AV Components

By Jerry Del Colliano

 

Buying a piece of AV gear is an investment. But how do you determine if it is a good investment or a bad one? Or if you should treat the component as an investment at all? Maybe it needs to be looked at as something consumable. Read More