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Forget 16:9, 21:9 Is Where It Is At

OK, maybe not where it is at, yet. But the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) seems to feel it will be, or at least be common enough that it is worth working on a standard for signalling 21:9 content. The CEA … Continue reading

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Last Chance to Support TiVo’s FCC Waiver Request

A couple of week’s ago I posted about TiVo’s request for a waiver from the FCC to allow them to bring the four tuner TiVo Premiere Elite to market. Well, today is the last day to file comments, there are … Continue reading

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2012 International CES Registration Is Now Open

The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will take place in Las Vegas, NV Tuesday, January 10th through Friday, January 13th, 2012. And registration is now open, if you’re planning to attend. Registrations as free through August 31st, then they … Continue reading

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The Declaration of Innovation

I’m not sure how effective an Internet petition will be – probably not very – but the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is encouraging people to sign The Declaration of Innovation. We, the people of the United States of America, hold … Continue reading

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More Than 50% of US Homes Have A Digital Television

According to a press release from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) today, most than 50% of US homes now own a digital television (DTV). Note that DTV doesn’t necessarily mean HDTV. There are standard definition digital televisions. “I am proud … Continue reading

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