Electronics giants to create wireless HD standard
In an important development in the race to create a definitive way to replace tangles of video cables, Sony, Samsung and other consumer-electronics heavyweights are uniting
to support a technology that could send high-definition video signals
wirelessly from a single set-top box to screens around the home. The Associated Press reports that Sony, Samsung, Motorola, Sharp and Hitachi will develop an industry standard around technology from Amimon Ltd. of
Israel called WHDI, for Wireless Home Digital Interface. Read the full story here.