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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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Unique to these video-based CE devices, the new video fingerprint technology was designed to be sensitive to GUI elements added to the video signal by upstream devices.
Taipei, June 8, 2010 (CENS)--The Consumer Electronics (CE) industry is entering a new era of ubiquitous connectivity, spurring a boom in shipments of video-oriented CE devices equipped with high-bandwidth wireless video interface solutions, according to iSuppli Corp.
To compile the example programs in the book, readers will need Visual Studio 2005 and a Windows CE device SDK.
The X10/X12 harnesses the technology of DLoG's X7 CE device with a 7-inch QWVGA screen and extends the range to offer a 10- or 12-inch screen.
A mobile CE device is, first and foremost, portable and pocket-size.
The microchip CE device allowed rapid, simple, and economical renal function testing.
NetOp Remote Control v7.65 allows administrators to reach any Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Sun Solaris, CE device or legacy OS/2 and DOS PC from their own desktop, Pocket PC, Internet browser or even a USB Flash drive.
"Mikey" is being tailored for the CE industry and will employ a new ZIF connector, which has been traditionally used by CE device manufacturers for ease of integration.
.NET Compact Framework 2.0, for Visual Studio 2005, will see an execution engine Microsoft said would offer a "very, very significant" boost to performance in certain scenarios such as when a Windows CE device talks to Microsoft's SQL Server database.
* A field technician can access live data from a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) or an EFM (Electronic Flow Meter) on a panel-mounted CE device, handheld or from a server PC and then easily override outputs or inputs and see or feel the result of their actions.
Trimble's TerraSyne software is works on any Windows CE device. Its graphical interface, screens, status displays and touch screen interaction make it simple to record GPS positions, collect important attribute information and update the GIS data instantly.