Logitech CEO steps down after money losing Q1, Revue price slashed to $99

After a disappointing Q4 saw Logitech reduce the price of its Revue it revealed today that after a net loss of $29.6 million for the first quarter it is cutting the price of the Revue to $99, as well as saying goodbye to CEO Gerald P. Quindlen. Quindlen had been an outspoken supporter of the Google TV box but according to Logitech this price cut and corresponding $34 million hit to its finances are necessary to "remove price as a barrier to broad customer acceptance." In the midst of these results -- as well as lowered sales in several regions and key products like Harmony remotes -- Chairman and former CEO Guerrino De Luca will assume the role of acting CEO while a long term replacement is sought.

ELAN® g! Control System Earns Its Sea Legs in New Custom Yacht Installation

The ELAN® g! Control System is earning its sea legs, powering a massive multi-room entertainment system including Sunfire subwoofers aboard a custom-built 107'x20' Sharpe® luxury houseboat.

Askozia Bundles Humbug Fraud Prevention, Detection & Analytics into VoIP Offering

Humbug Telecom Labs provider of carrier-class fraud prevention, detection and telecom analytics for any size business, announced that Askozia® will bundle the Humbug fraud detection, prevention and analytics tools

Low Cost Environment Remote Monitoring Solutions from Sensormetrix

Sensormetrix are fast becoming the go-to technical company in the UK for environmental remote monitoring solutions.

Smarthome Launches SkylinkHome Remote Controllable Products

Wireless Control Devices Bring Comfort and Convenience to the Home and Office

Accell Introduces MHL™ to HDMI® Adapter to Smartphone and Tablet Accessories Product Line

The MHL (USB Micro-B) to HDMI (Type-A female) adapter is ideal for connecting tablets, Smartphones or other MHL-enabled devices to HDMI TVs

As DVD sales decline, Walmart.com adds Vudu streaming

It's been about 18 months since Walmart bought Vudu, but as demand for physical media declines, the big box retailer is finally marrying the online video service with its website. By doing so, it's hoping to introduce its customers to a new way of watching movies and getting them to spend money on digital copies instead of buying the DVD. Steve Nave, SVP and general manager of Walmart.com, said the decision to buy Vudu was made as the retailer realized that there was a rapid shift in consumer behavior from purchasing physical media to streaming content online. The acquisition was made to help better position Walmart and its web property as this shift occurred. The result of that purchase can now be seen at Walmart.com. Users shopping online for DVDs and Blu-ray discs on the site will now also have the option of buying or renting digital copies of titles that are available as part of the Vudu streaming library. Once purchased, those movies can then be accessed either through the Walmart website, Vudu.com or on any of the 300-plus connected devices that the Vudu streaming service is available on.

Powerline Control Systems Signs Strategic Alliance with Global Caché

Powerline Control Systems, Inc. has announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with Global Caché, providing fuller, more flexible lighting and home automation solutions.

Stewart Filmscreen Corporation's Don Stewart Named 2011 CEDIA Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

Stewart will be honored at the Electronic Lifestyles® Awards Banquet during CEDIA EXPO

Exponential growth in smartphone, tablet and connected TV sales to create opportunities and challenges for CE brands

Parks Associates and LEVEL Studios to host research and strategy webcast addressing product differentiation strategies for connected CE


Crestron, the leading specialist in automation and building control solutions, is pleased to announce it has been appointed an official partner to the inaugural xSolutions business communications trade show.

Compact Smartec STC -IPX3980A network PTZ camera for large CCTV systems

This network PTZ camera is equipped with 1/4" Sony CCD, a high-speed rotation gear, 10x zoom lens and video analytics package.

Jackson Systems Takes Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the 2011 Dealer Design Awards

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, July 14, 2011- Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler, has won Dealer Design Awards' Gold Award in the Commercial Controls Category for the Wireless Zone One, the Silver Award in the C


NextGen introduced Active 3D Glasses ($79.95 MSRP) that work with virtually any 3D TV and are the only universal ones on the market that are rechargeable. When used with a compatible 3D TV, users will enjoy lifelike, vivid 3D images right in their home. According to NextGen's President, Bob Dolatowski, "These new Active 3D glasses are highest quality and work with all the major 3D TV brands. What really sets them apart is the convenience of being able to recharge them with a standard USB cable. And a three hour charge lasts about 50 hours which will get you through quite a few movies before they need to be recharged." NextGen's Active 3D Glasses are available to order now and will be shipping around August 1.

NextGen Introduces Industry's First Rechargeable Active 3D Glasses

Affordable Entry Is Universal and Works With All Major 3d TV Brands

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Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!