Andrew @ Nyquist’s CES summary. Good Stuff ( as usual ). Looks like he’s created a place holder for future posts as well. I’m in total agreement with his point 8. Home networks are becoming complex and difficult to manage. I posted my home network challenges the other day. I would rephrase point 7. to read Carriers are “attempting to” take control of networking hardware in the home.
— iain — full post follows ————————————
My notes from CES are so long that it just doesn’t make sense to put them into a single blog post. Here is a quick snapshot summary.
- LCD has won, Plasma Displays are dead.
- LCD Supply Chain gaining importance as product is commoditized.
- HDMI is everywhere but a war may be brewing.
- 802.11n is now prime time.
- Consumer VoIP is everywhere.
- Mobile Phone User Interfaces Suck.
- Carriers are taking control of the networking hardware in the home.
- Home networks are becoming complex and difficult to manage.
- Blu-Ray’vs. HD-DVD is Stalemated
- Sony OLED Technology is Incredible
- IPTV Choices are Proliferating
- The Bloghaus re-invented the concept of Press Room
(Via Nyquist Capital.)