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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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Eliminate the need for consumers to buy and integrate proprietary solutions for Web-based and interactive content (no additional hardware is required); -- Leverage ActiveVideo's strong programming relationships and Web standards-based authoring, tools and technologies to create and distribute exclusive content; -- Deliver upgrades and enhancements that increase CE device functionality and extend optimal service life; -- Market and sell new devices or provide manufacturer or retailer customer service directly to customers through the CE device, enhancing brand loyalty; and -- Replace a single CE sales transaction with recurring content revenue.
The study, Millennials: The New Face of Retail, examined how Millennials learn and research CE devices, where and why they purchase CE and their influence on others in purchasing CE.
com/research/1007356-Consumer_Content_Consumption_on_Connected_CE_Devices) review surveys from seven countries and examine consumer behavior on connected CE devices in the digital living room, including purchase intentions and penetration of brands.
broadband households will own at least one CE device that supports TV applications.
Forecasts for multiple types of web-enabled stationary CE device shipments through 2013.
This report presents 20072013 shipment forecasts for network-enabled and web-enabled, stationary, CE devices.
Protects Against Targeted Malware and Tampering of Windows CE Devices
However, mobile device shipments will still outnumber stationary CE devices by nearly ten to one.
This report covers the global market for CE devices with Wi-Fi for 20 different applications within 7 device categories: home aggregators, external clients, mobile PCs, stationary CE, PC peripherals, portable CE, and handsets.
The focus of this research is multimedia functionality that bridges the gap between the network established for PCs and non-PC stationary CE devices in the home.
Putting these motion sensing capabilities into CE devices enables a wide range of interesting applications in sports, gaming, health and other areas.
In total, 395 million CE devices will ship in 2017, predominantly into media tablets, PC accessories, and gaming consoles.