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SuperTooth has confirmed to Marketnews that it'll release an NFC-enabled headphone this summer. Known as Freedom, the product has an MSRP of US$149.
Research firm In-Stat predicts that more than 230 million "Smart TV" devices, the new term used to characterize Web-enabled network TVs, will be in consumers' homes worldwide by 2014, with the majority being in North America and Europe.
The world is going wireless; that is, at least according to In-Stat. The research firm predicts that shipments of WiFi-enabled entertainment devices will increase from 108.8 million this year to 177.3 million by 2013.
Products that incorporate WiFi technology are growing rapidly: more than 1,000 new WiFi-enabled products were launched in 2008, and in 2009, we'll likely see even more than that added to the list.
The latest report from In-Stat claims that by 2014, the average U.S. household will own five-to-10 Web-enabled devices, ranging from computers to TVs and smartphones.