Table of contents for Irresistible electronics : growth and innovation in the electronics industry / George Bailey, Hagen Wenzek (eds.).

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Chapter 1 _The Revolution Accelerates: Consumer Electronics 
 George Bailey, Hagen Wenzek
Chapter 2 _The New Role of Technology and Services in Next Generation Businesses 
 Nancy M. Forbes
Chapter 3 _The Consumer?s Internet ? Thin Clients & Fat Hosts for Everyone
 Stephen J. Andriole & Charles B. Whinney, IV
Chapter 4 _The Smart Home: Coming to Your House Soon, but Not Too Soon
 Ralf Baral, Christian Schiller, Allan Henderson
Chapter 5 _ Telehealthcare: The Key to the Living room 
 Hagen Wenzek, Derk Frank
Chapter 6 _Online Gaming Environments: People, Technology, Money and Social Networks
 Andreas Neus, Mike West
Chapter 7 _The Cell Processor: The Soul of the Next Generation of Consumer Electronics 
products 
 Lisa Su, Jim Kahle, Kevin Reardon, Allan Henderson
Chapter 8 _IBM's Global Technology Outlook and Its Implication to Consumer Electronics 
Iris Ginzburg, Akihiro Horibe, Yossi Lichtenstein, Norishige Morimoto, Robin 
Williams
Chapter 9 _Embedded Linux: for Embedded Systems Today, and into the Future
 Nobuhiro Asai
Chapter 10 _Software Development Strategies for Connected Consumer Electronics
 Paul Brody
Chapter 11 _Differentiation Through Product and User Interface Design
 Paul Brody, Hagen Wenzek, Tom Osterday
Chapter 12 _Consumer Relationships: A Tale of Channels and Brands Sean
 Lafferty, Brigitte Majewski
Chapter 13 _Consumer Electronics in China in Year 2011
 Albert Li
Chapter 14 _The Big Mac in China and the Future of Consumer Electronics
 Betsy Tong

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electronic industries.
Electronic industries -- Technological innovations.
Household electronics.