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CE device

(1) (Consumer Electronics device) Audio and video equipment for the home, including CD and DVD players, stereos, TVs and home theater components. See CE quality.

(2) (Windows CE device) A handheld computer or other device that was managed by the Windows CE operating system. See Windows CE.
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BOSTON, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Revenue of the global Consumer Electronics (CE) device industry fell by 2 percent in 2012 to US$729 billion, as the strength in smartphones and tablets were not able to offset broad-based softness in consumer demand for other device segments, according to the latest report from Strategy Analytics, " Connected CE Devices Global Market Forecast .
Previous attempts to bring interactive TV functionality and exclusive content to CE devices have required significant investments by television and component manufacturers because of a need to integrate powerful intelligence and processing on the devices themselves.
While income constrained Youth Millennials do not spend as much money on CE devices as Adult Millennials, they do heavily influence their friends' and family members' CE purchases, thereby influencing overall purchasing trends.
Due to their broad scope, TV apps are rapidly becoming a ubiquitous product requirement for nearly all web-enabled CE devices.
Solidcore's patented runtime control solution enhances the protection of Windows CE devices from targeted malware, tampering and unauthorized changes.
By 2012, shipments of CE devices with Wi-Fi are expected to reach more than 938 million.
Five-year forecast of CE devices with Wi-Fi including home aggregators (APs, routers, and gateways), external clients, mobile PCs, stationary CE, PC peripherals, portable CE, and handsets
Internet Connectivity in CE Devices Transformed into an Opportunity for New Features and Revenue-Generating Services
Cloakware supports DTCP-IP on Windows XP and Vista on x86 platforms, and will support numerous CE device platforms including Linux, WinCE and Symbian operating systems on ARM, MIPS and x86 chipsets by year-end 2006.
This report provides worldwide and regional forecasts of non-traditional cellular-connected CE devices, specifically e-readers, personal navigation devices, and digital photo frames.
Create product roadmaps based on worldwide installed base of smart CE devices