The term “digital home” has been tossed around for a number of years with few indications of how big the market actually is. Small startup companies and potentially-disruptive technologies are regularly identified as the key players in what was, in 2008, a $553 billion U.S. market. This size – a half a trillion dollars annually – indicates that there is a lot more to the Digital Home than a few MP3 players, some Internet video clips on YouTube, and gaming consoles. The digital home is rich with media, communications and human interactions fueled by a range of digital networks and technologies provided by the likes of AT&T, Verizon, Time Warner, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Sony and others. This report examines the relative strengths of market segments and the leading players therein.