Curved Clarion and Onyx Projection Screens by Draper

Draper, Inc. introduced curved frame versions of its Clarion and Onyx projection screens during InfoComm 2011.

Draper Custom Motorized Lifts at InfoComm

During InfoComm 2011, Draper Inc. demonstrated custom solutions for hiding flat panels and other equipment.

NFS Joins Forces with ITSL Group, Leading AV Systems Provider in the UK

his strategic technology partnership will enable development of the NFS Smart Room, complete and intelligent meeting room technology aimed at saving organisations time and money

Decide.com Brings Price Prediction To Gadgets

With consumer electronics changing so quickly, it's hard to know when is the best time to buy. Should you wait for that new TV you've been wanting, since a new model is about to be released? A new website, Decide.com, will tell you to "Wait" or "Buy" based on when a new model is expected to be released. Decide bases the recommendation on past model releases, news reports, and the like. Decide was founded by two executives from Farecast, Oren Etzioni and Mike Fridgen, who are bringing that price prediction idea to a new area: gadgets. Farecast, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2008, was a popular website that predicted when airline flight prices would be at their cheapest. Seattle-based Decide provides price predictions for laptops, televisions and cameras to start, and plans to expand to other types of products such as cell phones soon.

Mauell Streams Live HD Video Within Multiview X omnium Control Room Solution Using Makito Encoders

Haivision Network Video today announced that Helmut Mauell GmbH, provider of state of the art video wall solutions for operation centers, is using the Makito(TM) H.264 encoder to stream live video within the Mauell X omnium multiviewer solution.

Jackson Systems Introduces WEB Comfort™

WEB Comfort™ provides remote access to HVAC systems anywhere in the world via the internet.

Google acquires SageTV in likely push to rekindle Google TV

SageTV in a notice to its users said on Saturday that it had been bought out by Google. The open-source home theater software developer said it signed onboard because of a "shared vision for open technology" that would move their Internet-focused experience. They hoped to reach an "even larger audience" on different products, platforms, and services, hinting it wouldn't necessarily be limited to Android. The takeover has angered some users since it has already pulled its store and most other links aside from the company forums, making it difficult to get a copy of SageTV itself. Google hasn't commented on what its intentions would be, although most already suspect the company is being bought to improve the struggling Google TV platform. A revival of the platform is already planned with an Android 3.1 upgrade that will give it heavily requested third-party app support along with new hardware from Samsung and Vizio. SageTV's experience in the field, particularly with DVR-like recording, may signal an intent to add recording to Google TV and work it into cable and satellite set-top boxes, not just stand-alone hardware that needs a separate set-top to integrate with regular TV.

Definitive Technology Adds 3 -Channel and 5 -Channel Ultra -Slim On -wall Sound Bar Speakers to Mythos XTR® Series

New models join the critically acclaimed XTR series - the most complete line of ultra-slim high performance loudspeakers

CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro to Keynote 2011 SINOCES

China's Largest Consumer Technology Tradeshow to Feature Latest Trends in Global CE Industry

WallWizard Now Shipping ControlWand Control System to Channel Partners Worldwide

- Industry's first smartphone app & interface enables control of WallWizard motorized flat-panel TV mounts from Apple devices - Users can toggle between Auto, Manual and Gyro Modes to set position - Accessory offered at $149

3M Ethernet-powered TV ditches conventional plug

The company claims that its polarizers can help reduce the power requirement of LCD screens and, as such, we've now reached a point in time where the traditional power socket is no longer needed to drive our screens around the home. It's not as simple as just plugging something into an Ethernet port and expecting it to draw power. It has to be a powered Ethernet port, which requires PoE or Power over Ethernet - a defined standard, but not a commonly found feature on home routers. But, the company also claims that Ethernet power ports are more affordable to install, and you don't need an electrician around to house to do it for you, so maybe it'll catch on. Plus, you'd have a wired network reaching every room of your house, and in a world where so many competing signals are playing havoc with many homes' wireless networks, that's of enormous benefit. The big real benefit we can see from this is that if this idea takes off, you'll only need a single cable for the TV of the future for both power and internet access, which might very well be the only two things TVs will be needing in due time.

Digital Projection Illuminates Orlando - DP's InfoComm 2011 Booth and New Product Reveal

2011 Digital Projection at InfoComm

Did the cloud just kill the set-top box?

At the NCTA Cable Show, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts showed off the next generation of the company's TV user interface. More important than the UI update, however, is how it has been built and delivered. Behind Xcalibur is a cloud-based platform that moves the intelligence out of the set-top box and into the network. For consumers, the move to a cloud-based system will largely be seamless. But for Comcast, moving to the cloud means it will be able to build new features, improve the user interface and iterate on its product more quickly and easily than if was building for individual set-top boxes. "What the cloud allows you to do is to have faster innovation," Roberts said. "Boxes have different generations, they become outdated…. That doesn't happen in the cloud."

Magnoila Homes: Lavish And Luxurious Shelters

To live in new home which is custom made needs professional advice and support behind it. To build such a home inculcating all your creativity needs a supporting hand who can understand.

Smarthome Offers Unique Gadgets for "Tech Dads"

Home Automation Superstore Has Hot Father's Day Gifts

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