Netflix: No plans for games, but 3-D streaming possible

Remember that expansion into the gaming space that Netflix was talking about when it launched its Quickster DVD rental service last summer? Those plans seem to be canned together with the whole Quikster idea, according to statements by the company's CEO Reed Hastings on Wednesday's earnings call. However, the company may have another interesting product in store for its streaming subscribers: 3-D movies. "On streaming, that is definitely something we can do and we will be looking at," Hastings said. The company is already offering 3-D Blu-rays for rent, but hasn't said how well these titles are doing. Subscription plans for physical discs have been declining sharply, and Hastings said during the call that he expects these numbers to decline quarter-over-quarter "forever."

Imerge Sails On The Super Yacht Aiyana

An Imerge media server is powering the onboard entertainment on the super yacht Aiyana. The unit is living up to its reputation for consistency, performance and relibaility by coping with the challenging conditions of a life at sea.

Keywest Technology Releases New Version of MediaZone Pro Software

MediaZone Pro version 2.0.15 adds 25 important, new features and enhancements to the digital signage software.

Black Box Introduces Globally Manageable Platform for Wearable Digital Signage Players

iCOMPEL WDS mini-screens and Web-based content-control interface to be showcased at DSE 12.

Kaleidescape vs. DVD CCA: Judge Rules Against Movie Servers

Kaleidescape, a prominent manufacturer of high-end movies servers, has lost its latest battle in its eight-year war against the DVD Copy Control Association, the organization that licenses the Content Scramble System (CSS) for DVD players. The DVD CCA sued Kaleidescape in 2004, arguing that its products violate a licensing agreement that expressly prohibits the copying (ripping, archiving) of DVDs. Judge William J. Monahan of the Santa Clara County Superior Court in California issued the tentative judgment favoring the DVD CCA on Jan. 9, 2012. The ruling is subject to revision pending input from the two parties. If it stands as written, the DVD CCA can permanently prohibit Kaleidescape from selling DVD movie servers, unless the disc is present at playback (or some other authentication mechanism is in place) -- effectively killing the movie server category as we know it.. The DVD CCA also may collect court costs.

Beat the winter blues with our Server Room Monitoring Systems

Beat the winter blues with server room monitoring systems that are packed with features to ensure your server room equipment is maintained effectively.

SAVANT® Announces Seamless Operability with Integrated Control Technology

ICT security access technology for commercial applications now Savant compatible

Four Winds Interactive Wins 2012 DIGI Award

Digital Signage magazine bestows "Judges Choice Award" to Four Winds Interactive for digital signage installation for Washington State Ferries

Panasonic LFP30 Series of Professional LCD Displays Named a DIGI Award Winner by Digital Signage Magazine

This Outdoor Digital Signage Solution is Dustproof and Highly Water Resistant


Chief, an industry leader in mounts, racks and interactive solutions, is exhibiting several new product innovations for the first time ever at ISE 2012.


Atlona®, will introduce its new LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System and AT-PRO3HD44M high-speed 4x4 HDMI matrix switcher featuring HDBaseT™ technology to the European market at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2012.

NexGen to Show Patented Duo of Xray Remote Extenders

Solutions-Based Distributor Introduces Award-Winning Technology to European Market

NextGen Looking for Distribution Partners throughout Europe

Company Looking to Market Patented Remote Extender Technology in England, Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Netherlands

New Atlona Home Collection Consumer Product Line Makes Waves at 2012 International CES

LinkCast Wireless HD Audio/Video System Honored With Electronic House Product of the Year Award and CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award


Integrators Can Control Locks Using a combination of Elk and Leviton

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