What’s next for your business and the industry? What technologies and products are you going to be able to offer your clients? Find out at CEDIA’s Future Technology Pavilion. The 2011 pavilion will simulate a future home environment with rooms focused on technologies for the kitchen, bath, bedroom, game room, office, living room, and garage. Products in the 2011 Future Technology Pavilion include a massive yet elegant video wall, smart appliances, wireless power for cooking and charging, and fully integrated home health and wellness. The pavilion offers you and your business insight on what you need to learn now to be profitable later. The Future Technology Pavilion is open during tradeshow hours. Click Here for a Sneak Peek at the Pavilion
MKS introduces the elite™ RF Power Generator, a cost -effective, compact solution for photovoltaic, LED and semiconductor processing
Atlona's Chris Bundy to Present 'Testing and Troubleshooting HDMI Systems Deployment' at CEDIA EXPO 2011 HDMI Applications Symposium
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.
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