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Stewart Wolpin

Stewart Wolpin has been writing about consumer electronics for more than 30 years and has attended more than 40 CESs (there used to be a summer show in Chicago). He is a judge for the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame and writes the bios of the electees. He also has written on small stakes poker ("The Rules of Neighborhood Poker") and baseball ("Bums No More: The Championship Season of the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers").

 
That headline is only half the story. Savant Systems, a home control company exhibiting here at CEDIA in Atlanta, actually has two blog-worthy products. One is its Protégé system, which uses the iPhone as its controller. The other is...
 
No, they're not earrings. They're Heartbeat earbuds from Monster Cable, designed to look like jewelry by the fashionably flamboyant Lady Gaga. But they're not really jewelry, either, just jewel-inspired. They're available in three basic versions: one with a metal...
 
Here in Atlanta's World Congress Center at CEDIA, Pioneer is showing off a product concept that performs so many media storage and distribution duties - maybe too many - that the company doesn't know what to call it. It's a...
 
Now you can record in high-def Blu-ray, sort of. Here at CEDIA in Atlanta, JVC announced two Blu-ray recorders, the first ones available in the U.S. But you can't use them to record TV shows. They're designed primarily for the...
 
When you open a book, you see two facing pages at once. Sony has duplicated this real-world reading experience with the introduction today of its third e-reader, the Reader Daily Edition, available this December for $400. Equipped with a 7-inch...

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