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The wired home of the future

By 2003, many homes will have more than one PC or Internet TV, and networking these devices will be key to the digital abode.

Many more homes will have more than one PC or Internet TV by 2003. Connecting the devices into a home network will also play a bigger role in the digital abode.

Net TV to edge out PCs
The future of home computing does not lie in expensive multimedia computers, but more likely in some type of Internet TV.

Lucent leans on home networking
The company announces a new chip family it hopes will make home networks more like their corporate siblings.

DTV commitment surprises
Despite hurdles, some 41 stations from a wide range of U.S. markets are set to begin broadcasts in November, more than previously expected.