The July issue of IEEE Spectrum , a publication of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), looks at the “digital hubbab,” and includes Apple in the process.
According to the publication, one device will soon be able to record, archive, and play back videos and music, organize your digital photo albums and distribute digital media around the home. The only question is, what form will the device take?
IEEE Spectrum contributing editor Paul Wallich discusses how companies like Apple, Microsoft, Charter, Echostar, DirecTV, Philips and Samsung “are scrambling for the same technology but with completely different visions of how it will physically look and function.”
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