Chronicling this year's Consumer Electronics Show

CESThe Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is underway this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center where vendors and service providers are showing off their home networking and wireless wares.

Two of the key trends that are taking place during this year's show are home networking and home automation services. On the home networking side, the HomeGrid Forum, an advocate of the catchall G.hn "no new wires" standard, will show high speed G.hn home networking and multivendor interoperability. Meanwhile, AT&T (NYSE: T) announced that its Digital Life Home Security and Automation service will be available to homeowners beginning in March.  

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