Tributaries® Appoints Three New Rep Firms

Tributaries® Cable is pleased to announce the appointment of three new firms

Boxee App Released for iPad

Boxee has launched its official, free iPad app, allowing users to watch streaming content on the tablet device and transfer playback from the iPad to the Boxee Box. Additionally, the new Boxee Media Manager allows you to stream video to the iPad from a Mac or PC. Alongside the new apps, Boxee has brought AirPlay support and Lion compatibility to its set-top box. The new Boxee iPad app looks really good. Particularly, there are some social networking features that make it easy to share what you’re watching with your friends. Users can also stream content through AirPlay from the Boxee Box, thanks to the latest update. The newest firmware update to the Boxee Box adds Lion compatibility for streaming locally stored files on a Mac running Apple’s latest desktop OS. NFS and AFP support have been added, with there also being better HTML5 implementation in the set-top box’s browser.

Califone® Launches PA419 iPhone/iPod -Compatible Wireless Portable PA System

The Califone PA419 Comes Equipped with an Apple-Approved iPhone/iPod Docking Station

Accell Releases UltraCat™ HD Extenders Featuring HDBaseT Technology

UltraCat HD Extenders deliver uncompressed HD audio/video signals, Ethernet, RS232 and infrared control signals over a single Cat5e/6 cable up to 328 feet (100m)

WVT Communications Finalizes $17 Million Acquisition of Alteva

Warwick Valley Telephone Company a full service cloud communications company, has finalized the acquisition of Alteva just weeks after the official announcement.

IOGEAR USB Sharing Station Allows Easy, Wi -Fi Access to USB Devices

The Wireless 4-Port USB Sharing Station connects to a home or office Wi-Fi network, allowing users with network access to simultaneously share connected USB devices including external hard drives, printers and more.

RTI's RTiPanel App for iPhone(R) and iPad(R) Now Available; Named a CEDIA Manufacturers' Excellence Awards Best New Product Finalist

App Provides Complete Control Over RTI's XP Series Processors and Connected Devices; Raises the Bar With Full Two-Way Feedback and Completely Customizable User Interface

New Air Circulation Available Through Smarthome

Affordable Options to Ventilate Air for the Home or Office

Sony, Panasonic, Samsung team up to standardize active shutter 3D glasses

Consumer electronics companies Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and XPAND 3D (X6D Ltd.) announced on Monday that they have begun collaboration on a new standard for active shutter 3D glasses called the "Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative." Even though electronics companies are pushing 3D as the next great frontier for cinematic, home theater, and video game-based entertainment, it's been pretty much a flop all around. Earlier this year, beloved film critic Roger Ebert said 3D doesn't work in movies and never will, and Panasonic's marketing director Andrew Denham said these poor quality 3D movies are causing poor sales of 3DTVs. Nintendo's first 3D handheld console, the 3DS, was cut down in price by more than 33% only six months into its availability. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said the "drastic step" was taken to ensure more users would buy the handheld.

Platinum Tools® Releases Latest Addition to Famed SealSmart™ Product Line

Now Shipping, PROCON is a Convenient, Easy-to-Use, All-in-One Compression Tool Designed for Professional Contractors Installing CATV, CCTV, Satellite, Security, Home Theater, Residential and Commercial Structured Wiring Applications

NAD Delivers 3D Capable T 748 AV Receiver

Company's Most Affordable Surround Sound Receiver Emphasizes Performance and Ease of Use over Bells and Whistles

NAD Debuts Unique Digital Media Tuner

All-in-One Network Audio Player Features Internet Radio and AM/FM Tuner

iSky Introduces Unique uRay LED Down Light

Versatile down light is perfect complement to starfield ceiling or as stand-alone lighting

American Airlines Offers Inflight Streaming

American Airlines has received FAA certification to stream video content inflight via Wi-Fi, and now is offering a library of more than 100 movies and TV shows on flights operated by 767-200 aircraft. The service is available primarily on flights between New York and Los Angeles and New York and San Francisco, though American plans to roll out the service to its entire fleet this year. “We continue to execute this strategy and lead in this space by making prudent investments in innovative, cutting-edge technologies,” said Rob Friedman, American’s VP of marketing. “During this initial phase of launch, Entertainment On Demand allows customers to access content through select personal Wi-Fi-enabled laptops, and in the coming months [we intend] to make tablets and other devices available for use with the product.” TV shows rent for 99 cents and movies go for $3.99. Movies are available for 24 hours, TV shows for 72, and both can be viewed on a portable device after the consumer has debarked, using the same browser and device.

CEA Study Finds Consumers Yearn for Audio Quality

CEA to Host Webinar Exploring Audio Study Insights

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