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Biography for Rebecca Day

Rebecca Day, Senior editor of Consumer Electronics Daily and contributing editor to Communications Daily and Washington Internet Daily, joined Warren Communications News in 2010. She’s a longtime CE industry veteran who has also written about consumer tech for Popular Mechanics, Residential Tech Today, CE Pro and others. You can follow Day on Instagram and Twitter: @rebday

Recent Articles by Rebecca Day

Unified Industry Effort Needed on Connected Home Cybersecurity, Says CABA

Privacy and cybersecurity need to be factored into connected home building amid the growth in consumer adoption of connected devices, reported Frost & Sullivan Friday in a research project for the Continental Automated Building Association. The $130,000 project was funded…Subscribe to Read >>

Remote Work Sparking Rise in Cybersecurity Threats, HTSA Told

Computer malware detections were down over 43% year on year in 2020, partly due to work-from-home trends, said Rick Meder, solutions architect at SonicWall, at a Home Technology Specialists of America session Monday, referencing the company’s annual cyberthreat report. But…Subscribe to Read >>

Tie-Ups Starting to Ease in US Ports, but Supply to Remain Tight, Says NRF

Port congestion that has plagued U.S. retailers since August is showing signs of easing, but the "unprecedented import surge" will stretch through summer, said the monthly Global Port Tracker, released Wednesday by the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates. “We’ve…Subscribe to Read >>

Extension for STB Efficiency to Cut Energy Use by 43%, Say CTA, NCTA

CTA and NCTA announced an extension of a voluntary agreement for ongoing improvement to set-top box energy efficiency. The extension, beginning in 2023 and running through 2025, highlights IP set-top boxes, which are becoming the most common set-top box type…Subscribe to Read >>

Churn Remains a Challenge for VMVPDs, Likely to Persist, Parks Panel Told

As virtual MVPDs continue to poach customers from traditional pay TV, the need to address one of their most appealing differentiators -- no-contract subscriptions -- continues to challenge the segment, said Parks Associates analyst Paul Erickson at the company’s virtual…Subscribe to Read >>