Are technology gadgets taking most of our househole budget? According to recent studies, U.S. households spend $1,200 annually on consumer electronics. Home networks have increased significantly, and the average house has 25 different types of consumer electronics. The fastest-growing sectors are digital video recorders, network routers, MP3 players, cable modems, and digital cameras. In fact,… Continue reading Are Technology Gadgets Taking Most of Our Househole Income?