BG Radia's Product Line Now Updated In D-Tools System Integrator (SI) 5.5 Software

The latest detailed BG Radia product information in System Integrator™ is now completely updated and available to current SI users.

Powerline Control Systems Adds IP Security Sales as Manufacturer Sales Rep

Lighting control manufacturer partners with manufacturer sales rep to serve security, data comm and electrical dealers in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma

Haivision Network Video Preview Streaming Media Europe 2011

"Streaming Media Europe 2011 is the ideal venue for us to officially launch Haivision's new Internet Media division to the European audience," said Mirko Wicha, president and CEO of Haivision Network Video.

BenQ to Supply High -Performance XL2410T Gaming Monitor for Electronic Sports League (ESL) Intel Extreme Masters Global Challenge at 2011 New York Comic Con

BenQ Named as Official Gaming Monitor Sponsor of the Intel Extreme Masters 2011/2012 Season

BenQ to Supply High-Performance XL2410T Gaming Monitor for Electronic Sports League (ESL) Intel Extreme Masters Global Challenge at 2011 New York Comic Con

BenQ Named as Official Gaming Monitor Sponsor of the Intel Extreme Masters 2011/2012 Season

LG develops world's most energy efficient LCD TV panel

LG Display has developed what it claims is the world's most energy efficient LCD TV panel. The new 47-inch 1080p LCD panel uses a new vertical single side LED backlight technology that helps to consume less electricity while still delivering high levels of brightness. LG claims that although 47-inches in size, its panel uses less electricity than typical panels LCD TV panels 40-inches in size and even normal PC monitors over 20-inches in size. LG explains further that its panel uses only 28W of power. A typical 20-inch PC monitor uses between 30W and 50W. The LCD panel also delivers 400 Nits of brightness suitable for HD TVs through a three-film structure, which helps focus and diffuse light, together with local dimming technology and energy efficient LED bulbs.

Netflix abandons plan for Qwikster DVD service

Netflix is going back to the future. The digital video delivery company said Monday that it is reversing a plan announced only weeks ago to spin off its DVD-by-mail business from its streaming video service. CEO Reed Hastings announced on Sept. 18 that the company's movies-by-mail service would be rebranded as Qwikster and would add video games to its catalog, while the Netflix brand would be dedicated to streaming video. Now Netflix is abandoning that plan. "Instead, U.S. members will continue to use one website, one account and one password for their movie and TV watching enjoyment under the Netflix brand," the company said in a statement. Netflix issued its second mea culpa in as many months, acknowledging the consumer outrage about its Qwikster announcement.

Who Will Win a Massive Mitsubishi 92 -Inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV during Tailgate Tour 2011?

Mitsubishi brings its larger than life TV experience to October's biggest college football games.

Who Will Win a Massive Mitsubishi 92-Inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV during Tailgate Tour 2011?

Mitsubishi brings its larger than life TV experience to October's biggest college football games.

Crestron Hosts Informational Tours and Training Courses for Students During AV Week

Crestron Welcomes Local Students to Experience Center During AV Week; Hosting System Design and Programming Training Courses

Atlona Introduces New AT -HSDI -VGA SDI to PC/HD Scaler With Audio

Unit Converts SD/HD/3G SDI Signals to Component or VGA With Resolutions up to 1080p or 1920x1200; Extends SDI Signals up to 1,000 Feet With No Signal Degradation

Atlona Introduces New AT-HSDI-VGA SDI to PC/HD Scaler With Audio

Unit Converts SD/HD/3G SDI Signals to Component or VGA With Resolutions up to 1080p or 1920x1200; Extends SDI Signals up to 1,000 Feet With No Signal Degradation

How Steve Jobs changed everything

Jobs didn’t make microchips go faster, he didn’t increase the capacity of hard drives, he didn’t invent optical storage drives, bitmapped graphics, cellular radios, Ethernet, or even the mouse. If Jobs wasn’t around, we’d have had all of these advances anyway—and people like Bill Gates, Andy Grove, Michael Dell, and Larry Page would have turned these technologies into computers, phones, and music players.  If Steve Jobs hadn’t been around, what might that stuff have looked like? To appreciate how Jobs changed what you do every day, you’ve only got to look at how entire industries shifted after Jobs pushed Apple into them. Think of the BlackBerry, the Palm Pilot, the Creative Nomad music player, or MS-DOS. These are all perfectly serviceable technologies, things that got the job done. But none of them was transcendent. None was a dream to use, and most were a pain.

New Projector Hinge Mechanism Discretely Stores Projector in the Wall

Ideal for when ceiling mounting is not possible or the ceiling height is too high; the Projector Hinge Mechanism from Future Automation offers an in-wall solution.

IOGEAR Launches GearPower High Capacity Mobile Power Station

Mobile devices can go longer without an outlet when supported by the new charging station that provides a reliable source of portable power.

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GreenPeak’s GP565 – ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

GreenPeak's GP565 - ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection