Pegasys Inc. Announces the Upcoming Availability of TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works 5

Comprehensive Encoding Solution to Create and Master Standard or High Definition Video with Complete New Timeline and Layer Edit Functioning for Popular Video Formats

IOGEAR Wireless 3d Media Kit Streams a Tidal Wave Of Content

One device to stream Full HD, 3D and digital audio content from up to six A/V devices as well as USB keyboard and mouse integration make the Wireless 3D Media Kit a hub of digital home activity.

DemoPad Software to Resell Global Caché Products

DemoPad Software to Resell Global Caché Products Partner iPhone/iPad software integrates Global Caché hardware for comprehensive control


H-P Products, Inc. introduces the new Vroom Garage System. It's a standalone vacuum system that brings powerful central vacuum cleaning to the garage.

CyberPower Debuts Intel "Sandy Bridge" Desktop and Notebook PC Line at CES

CyberPower today announced the first in a family of desktop and notebook PCs based on Intel's 2nd Generation Sandy Bridge architecture, which delivers stunning graphics and includes advanced media features for a visibly better computing experience.

More Manufacturers To Center Business Around Apps

Mobile applications are the new remote controls. The trend is rippling across the technology industry, changing the way products are conceived, as manufacturers of everything from televisions to automobiles look for ways to integrate their wares with handheld devices, like smartphones. according to analysts at the Consumer Electronics Association. "Manufacturers started by letting you control their hardware," CEA analyst Shawn DuBravac said on Tuesday to a crowded room of reporters, bloggers and industry watchers at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Now, they're blurring the lines between products and apps even further. DuBravac said many industry heavyweights have cut research on devices like remote controls, choosing instead to create specialized mobile apps that can be used to change channels and lock cars. The apps run on smartphones, including Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) iPhone, Research In Motion Ltd.'s (RIMM) BlackBerry and handsets running Google Inc.'s (GOOG) Android operating system. For example, DEI Holdings Inc. (DEIXD) makes an app called Viper SmartStart that allows users to remotely lock and unlock their vehicles via an iPhone, BlackBerry or Android device.

What will be the Trends of CES 2011? The HomeToys team heads to Vegas to find out.

Before the Sun comes up Thursday January 6th the HomeToys team will be on the road to Las Vegas and the International Consumer Electronics Show 2011. The team of reporters will be researching and trying to gauge what the top trends of 2011 will be: Tablets, connected TV and of course 3D TV are all obvious trends, but what else will set the show floor buzzing. We will keep you up to date with our Special CES Newspage and via Twitter @HomeToys. Upon our return we will have our “Best of CES contest” entries and plenty more news and information to pass along, so stay tuned.

Special thanks to our CES Sponsors: Somfy, Mitsubishi, HAI, Richard Gray’s Power Company, VidaBox & Calrad

Netflix Partnering With Major TV Makers To Add A Netflix Button To TV Remotes

Beginning this Spring, buttons that specify "Netflix" - including some featuring the iconic red Netflix logo - are planned to be situated prominently on remote controls that operate certain new Blu-ray disc players from a variety of companies including Best Buy's in-house Dynex brand, Haier, Memorex, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, and Toshiba. Sharp, Sony, and Toshiba also will place the Netflix one-click button on remote controls for select new Internet-connected TVs. Remote controls for the Boxee, Iomega and Roku set-top boxes also will feature the Netflix one-click remote.

Parks Associates forecasts sales of Internet -connectable TV devices soaring to 350 million by 2015

Online video-on-demand and other online entertainment options to drive consumer interest as CES 2011 to unveil fourth-generation Internet-connectable TVs

Protecode Joins Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that Protecode is its newest member.

Control4 Partners With Sub -Zero and Wolf

Control4 can now connect to Sub-Zero and Wolf high-end kitchen appliances for convenience, energy savings and the perfect meal every time.

Home Controls Introduces 'Home Health Tech' Specialty Store

First Of Its Kind, New Website Offers Digital Products To Assist Seniors Living Independently



Atlona's AT -AiR3 1080p Wireless USB -to -HDMI Converter Brings PC Content to HDTVs and Projectors With Ease

Unique, Easy-to-Use Device to Make Its Debut at the 2011 International CES

Atlona Showcases Versatility of Home Theater Products at 2011 International CES

Range of Home Theater Solutions Add Convenience, Flexibility to Media Consumption Across Computers and HDTVs

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ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

The M1 Gold Security & Automation Control combines security, fire, energy management, lighting, and access control to provide total control of the home. Easily integrating with products of industry partner manufacturers, M1 controls offer a truly customized solution. With remote access capabilities and simple, user-friendly interfaces, M1 keeps homeowners informed and in control, anytime, anywhere! ELK's Two-Way Wireless family of products for the M1 offers a truly secure and reliable wireless solution with cutting edge techniques such as frequency hopping and UL approved jamming detection to defend against interference, hacking, and jamming. Advanced features ensure reliability, extend battery life, and provide innovative security enhancements including wirelessly interconnected smoke detectors, motion detectors with built-in security/convenience lights, and key fobs with a system status inquiry button, allowing users to see if an alarm has been activated before entering the home.