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Home Networks: From Bits to Gigabits: Lessons Learned from the Evolution of Home Networking

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Internet has effectively collapsed the time and distance for people to connect. The past decade has given rise to an even quicker and more visual way to share-social networking. Now, devices people use in their homes also communicate and interact with each other, opening the way for information and sharing anywhere. Currently, these entertainment and information devices-smart phones, tablets, televisions, and, of course, personal computers and printers connect to the Internet and each other through a home network.

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IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 3 )