So is wiring a home for phone & cable now obsolete?
I am wondering, with the advent of new technology - most notably AT&T U-Verse, which I think streams the signal through a wireless router (but which I can't seem to confirm) - that the days of wiring a home for phone, cable or ethernet is over. Obviously, there would still be the requirement of having wiring to get from the outside interface to some single location that would run the router (I guess a natural location of that would be the utility room or kitchen.)
Is this accurate, or should someone continue to wire up a new home? What about for other provides like cable & dish?