Consumer Electronics News

Consumer electronics is one of the most competitive and exciting sectors in the tech industry. It moves incredibly fast so you need to make sure you have the right information. You can get that from the daily consumer electronics news email from Wiser. Consumer electronics cover all electronic devices designed for personal, everyday use. The first such devices were radios manufactured in the 1920s. Over the decades, demand for devices like televisions, personal audio players, telephones, cameras and computing equipment has increased dramatically. That consumer demand and thirst for new innovation remain. As a result companies continue to develop devices that are smaller, more integrated, more powerful, and more connected. This is the future for consumer electronics, particularly in regard to personal computing, entertainment and communication. But there are also innovations and new technologies that are starting to expand this, such as the internet of things. This is one of the fastest changing industries in the technology sector, as devices become instantly out-dated as soon as they arrive on the shop shelves. But you can stay ahead of the curve: just sign up for the Wiser daily consumer electronics news email.

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North American pay TV use to drop to 75%
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Pay TV penetration in North America is set to drop to 75.2% by 2022, from a peak of 87.4% in 2013, according to new research. The Digital TV Research report predicts that the number of pay TV subscribers in the US and...
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Police spy on motorists from the top deck of buses
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Police have started spying on motorists from the top of double-decker buses in a bid to catch those who use their phone behind the wheel. A team commandeered a regular service bus to spy on drivers in Plymouth, Devon, from above in...
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