The Combined Expertise Enables Large Scale Transcoding of Video Content for Multiple Screens
Open Pluggable Specification, DisplayPort and DVI Loop-Through Among Benefits of Second-Generation, High-Definition P552 Display
CableLabs® Interop Demonstrates Maturation of Dynamic VOD Ad Technology
Parks Associates releases whitepaper "Trends in Digital Gaming: Free-to-Play, Social, and Mobile Games"
YOUniversal 3D Electronic Eyewear and AE125 IR Emitter Provide Spectacular Home Cinema Image Quality
New business expands Corning's long-standing collaboration with Samsung
With an emphasis on performance and installation conveniences, TV Soundbars and OnWall LCRs are now available from acclaimed loudspeaker brand Episode Speakers. All are finished in a luxurious high-gloss piano black and backed by a lifetime warranty.
VERIZON AND COINSTAR'S REDBOX FORM JOINT VENTURE TO CREATE NEW CONSUMER CHOICE FOR VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT
Verizon and Coinstar, Inc. today announced the formation of a joint venture that will create a new choice for quality- and value-conscious consumers seeking a simple and affordable way to access the video entertainment they crave. The venture's services will offer all of the convenience, simplicity and value of Redbox® new release DVD and Blu-ray Disc® rentals combined with a new content-rich video on-demand streaming and download service from Verizon. The joint venture plans to introduce the product portfolio in the second half of 2012. It will offer subscription services and more in an easy-to-use, flexible and affordable service that will allow all consumers across the U.S. to enjoy the new and popular entertainment they want, whenever they choose, using the media and devices they prefer. Additional brand and product information will be revealed in the coming months.
Verizon and Coinstar's Redbox Form Joint Venture to Create New Consumer Choice for Video Entertainment
Joint Venture Will Offer the Best of Both Worlds - Physical and Digital - to All Consumers Nationwide
Now Shipping, the DVR-MB1 has been Designed Specifically for the Peace of Mind of Those Who Require DVRs be Either Portable or Rack Mounted in Settings that May be Prone to Theft or Vandalism
Channel Conference Focuses on Unified Communications, Collaboration and Cloud Solutions for SMBs
You would be forgiven for thinking that TV manufacturers were doing pretty well. After all, for the last few years we’ve seen abundance of new products flooding the market: 3D, ultra-skinny backlit LED, 70”+ behemoths, 21:9 ratio sets and OLED is being released later this year. Despite this, all is not well in TV-land. Several manufacturers have recently issues losses (or warnings of losses) in their TV divisions: Panasonic warned of $10.2B loss and reduced projected shipments of TV from 19 million to 18 million sets this year. A few days ago, Sharp announced its worst ever annual loss of $3.8b and said it will cut the output at its largest TV panel factory by 50% to reduce inventory. Sony is predicting losses in its TV business for the 8th consecutive year. Hitachi announced that it will stop making TV’s in its Gifu facility by September this year. In 2011, Philips abandoned TV production. According to flat panel industry research company DisplaySearch, annual global sales of liquid crystal TV’s will contract by 8% by 2015 and plasma will shrink by 38%. The latter not being good news for Panasonic, who are the major manufacturer in this sector. Many of the manufacturers’ problems are caused by fluctuations in the Yen, which has appreciated by almost 25-percent in the last 3 years. This makes exports of Japanese products very expensive in relation to other countries’ products (such as South Korea). In an effort to combat this and the effect of exchange rate fluctuations, many are turning to outsourcing and contract manufacturing. South Korean manufacturers Samsung and LG now produce about one third of all TV’s globally and will ship new OLED products later this year. Vizio has leapt to over 25%. As a result, there has been a lot of shake ups in the Japanese companies while they try and recover. With strong rumors that Apple will launch their TV in the near future, the Japanese manufacturers have little to be positive about.
ihiji Ships Category Changing, Low-Cost, and Energy Efficient Remote Network Monitoring Appliance * At $200, the new INV-APP-500 is the industry's lowest cost remote monitoring appliance * Simple and easy to deploy - field installation takes only minutes * New low cost service model starts at no annual fee * Enables remote power management via the cloud for existing IP-based power products * Cost efficient way to own a customer's network - large or small
Next-Gen Technology and Next-Gen Looks; Panoramic, Capacitive Multi-Touch Control Surface A Multi-Tasking Wonder
The Crown VRack is a turnkey, out-of-the-box amplifier rack system that includes three I-Tech HD I-T12000 power amplifiers, a versatile input panel with analog and digital connections and a globally universal power distribution system that can be set to meet US and international power standards.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.