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 "Boxes have different generations, they become outdated….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

AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets President to discuss influence of wireless in emerging devices, smartphones, tablets at CONNECTIONS™ Digital Living Conference this month

Parks Associates announces Glenn Lurie, President of Emerging Devices, Resale and Partnerships, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, will deliver the afternoon keynote "New Connections for a Digital Life" at CONNECTIONS™ on Thursday, June 29.

SecurityMan releases new product, HomeDVR -KT1

One Outdoor Wireless Camera Security System with SD recorder

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

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

Dane -Elec Has Perfect Father's Day Gift for Digitally Connected Dads

Company's my-Ditto Digital Content Storage Solution Is Secure and Easy on the Budget

Meridian Named as Preferred Vendor by HTSA

Meridian America is pleased to announce that the prestigious group, Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA), has selected the company as a Preferred Vendor.

TV Lifts: an AV Integrator's Guide to Making Big Screen Televisions Disappear

AV integrators hide away flat panel TVs when not in use - an examination of the industry's options in television lifts

RocketGUI Releases Total Music 2 Module for AMX

RocketGUI, LLC announced the release of the Total Music 2 module for AMX.

D -Tools System Integrator™ 5.5 Wins 2011 Commercial Integrator BEST Award

Commercial Integrator announced that D-Tools, Inc. was named a winner of the 2011 Commercial Integrator BEST Award in the Dealer Installer Aids category.

Annapolis Waterfront Homeowner Enjoys Custom AV Integration by HiTech Upgrades

HiTech Upgrades, a small business based in Severna Park Maryland, recently completed a custom waterfront home renovation project in Annapolis MD. The project included Sonos, TruAudio speakers, Episode Amplifiers, and Samsung HDTVs.

Average U.S. Family Has 10 Netflix-enabled Devices

Netflix's recent decision to increase the number of devices by which an individual subscriber can access streaming content underscores the service's ubiquitous reach in consumer electronics. Netflix recently upped the number of devices a subscriber can use to stream to 50 from five. And with Netflix streaming now directly accessible on more than 250 CE devices - the latest being Android smartphones - analyst Dan Rayburn believes the average U.S. family has 10 Netflix-enabled devices. If Netflix hadn't allowed individual subscribers more access points, a not-untypical member with an iPad, iPhone, iPod, video game console and connected Blu-ray player or connected HDTV would have risked a streaming cap. That said, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings in recent presentations has said the percentage of subs accessing rental streams on mobile phones is minute, compared with those accessing streaming on tablet computers and connected TVs.

Lutron Sues Pass & Seymour, Others Over Patent

Lighting control manufacturer Lutron Electronics Co. Inc. has filed actions before the International Trade Commission and the United States District Court for the Central District of California against several manufacturers, importers and distributors of knock-off dimming controls made in China. The complaints allege willful infringement of Lutron's U.S. Patent No. 5,637,930, titled "Wall-Mountable Switch & Dimmer," covering proprietary Lutron lighting control technology, and seek treble damages. Pass & Seymour and the other defendants manufacture and sell products that Lutron alleges are made to look like Lutron's popular Diva dimmers. The Pass & Seymour lighting control products accused of infringement include certain Harmony dimmers.

Haivision Unleashes the Viper(TM) High -Definition Streamer/Recorder at InfoComm 2011

Compact All-in-One Appliance Simplifies the Streaming, Recording, and Publishing Workflow for Rich Media

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