Overcoming Underwhelming: How CSR Tamed Stereo Bluetooth

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CSR is a fabless semiconductor company with more than $1 billion in sales. The U.K.-based company serves five areas: voice and music, automotive infotainment, digital imaging, location services, and Bluetooth Smart.

One of the company's big achievements has been overcoming disappointing performance in Bluetooth stereo products. Our roving reporter Rex Moore attended the recent CES Unveiled event in New York City and chatted with Jonny McClintock about CSR's Bluetooth triumph.

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