3rd Generation Nest Learning Thermostat Introduces High-Resolution Screen, Slimmer Profile

Nest Energy and Enterprise Partnerships Bring Proven Savings, Nest Product Offers to Customers Nationwide

New Generation of M Series Short-Throw Projectors from NEC Display Solutions

Schools, Businesses Benefit from Projectors' 'Bring Your Own Device' Approach

WD Makes Cloud Storage More Personal (And Private)

New My Cloud OS 3 Puts Control of Content into the Hands of Consumers with Greater Photo Sharing, Backup and Synchronization

Optoma Launches World's First Projector with DARBEE Image Enhancement

The first projector with DARBEE Visual Presence Image enhancement technology, boasts 3000 lumens and brilliant colors allowing the powerful enhancement be seen in high definition.

2016 Storage Visions Conference Presentation Submission Deadline is September 14

Preliminary Agenda Covers Digital Storage Applications and Futures

LG Smart Sensor Can Turn Your Low-Tech Appliances To Smart Home Appliances

By Alexandra Burlacu, Tech Times:  The Smart ThinQ Sensor is designed to work with traditional, low-tech home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines and others, turning them into smart appliances or, as LG puts it, making them "smart-aware."

Once attached to home appliances, this circular Smart ThinQ Sensor gets feedback such as temperature or vibration and transmits its readings to the Smart ThinQ app on the user's smartphone.

LG offers examples to illustrate how this will work out when paired with existing home appliances. Attached to a traditional washing machine, for instance, the Smart ThinQ device can sense when the machine completes a laundry cycle, sending a notification to the user's smartphone. Attached to a refrigerator, it can send the user a notification when a food item is approaching its expiration date. Connected to an air conditioner or some other such appliance, the Smart ThinQ allows users to remotely control the appliances via the smartphone app.  Cont'd...

Research Report: Global Smart Lighting Market Analysis and Forecast 2015 - 2021

The smart market lighting covers different geographical regions such North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. Presently, Europe region is the largest market for smart lighting particularly in industrial and commercial, government and public buildings applications.

WattzOn Announces Integration with Enphase, Providing a Complete and Engaging Home Energy Management to Enphase Residential Customers

WattzOn's EnergyCenter now displays solar production as well as utility bills for energy-savings results and is available for residential users nationwide.

Philips Just Made It Stupid Simple To Install Smarthome Lighting

Mark Wilson for FastCompany:  A lot of intelligent people believe that a platform like Apple’s HomeKitwill be the way we control the smart home of the future. But I'd bet on it looking a lot more like the new wireless dimming kit from the Philips Hue line—subtle technology that eliminates the need for electricians and apps at the same time.

Each kit runs $40, and it includes a white Hue bulb and a dimming remote. All you have to do is screw in the bulb to install it—and up to ten others can piggyback on this same network. The remote uses theZigBee radio protocol to control them in tandem, and it promises to last a minimum of three years, or 50,000 uses, before it needs its battery replaced.

Better still? This remote fits into a sticky base plate that adheres to your wall and looks like any standard light switch. In other words, rather than hiring an electrician to wire up the connection, or googling how to install dimmers without electrocuting yourself, Hue’s new kit allows you to install home lighting as easily as duct taping a switch to a wall.  Cont'd...

Village Cinemas in Argentina completes digital deployment with Christie

Christie is pleased to announce that Village Cinemas, one of Argentina's leading film theater chains, has completed its digitalization with the Christie Solaria Series.

Nest Labs preparing to launch second generation smart thermostat

By David Curry, ITProPortal:  Arguments could be made for a new device, but Nest has been quickly approaching a second version of its smart thermostat. The company’s premiere product in many circles, it has won countless awards for its intelligent design and software tuning system.

Nest will enhance the wireless capabilities of the second smart thermostat, alongside updating the service to offer more potential savings. The design should stay around the same as it is now, no need to change what isn’t broken.

There have been rumours of an audio product and Google Glass in the pipeline. We do not think either of these products will be coming this year. Instead, Nest is focused on updating its product line to make everything fresh.


More Than 65 Vendor Partners Participated in the Four-Day Event, Which Included Meetings, Trainings, and Education Seminars with Troxell/Summit Integration Personnel

RAI Leverages Riedel Communications' Real-Time Fiber Network to Support Coverage of 2015 Giro d'Italia

As the 98th Giro d'Italia cycling race wound its way from the Italian Riviera to Milan May 9-31, Riedel Communications equipment provided Italian broadcaster RAI with a flexible decentralized fiber-based network supporting real-time distribution of audio, video, and communications signals. Host broadcaster RAI deployed Riedel MediorNet Compact Pro and RockNet systems to link the announce booth, finish line, helicopters, and other key production areas to enable thorough coverage of each race stage. The equipment was supplied by Riedel partner Broadcast Solutions Srl.

InfoComm Goes Live In London

InfoComm Live Hands-On, an intensive training.

Bluebell Announces Modular Fibre Interface for Smaller Robotic/POV Camera Systems

Bluebell Opticom Ltd., provider of innovative fibre-optic solutions for fixed and remote applications, today introduced the TDM750, a stand-alone or rack-mounted module for transporting HD-SDI and 100BaseT Ethernet signals. The unit provides cost-effective fibre connectivity for the growing range of compact and remote HD pan/tilt cameras used in concert halls and government chambers, making it possible to forego copper cabling and increase the distance between the cameras and the control room.

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