Versatile down light is perfect complement to starfield ceiling or as stand-alone lighting
American Airlines has received FAA certification to stream video content inflight via Wi-Fi, and now is offering a library of more than 100 movies and TV shows on flights operated by 767-200 aircraft. The service is available primarily on flights between New York and Los Angeles and New York and San Francisco, though American plans to roll out the service to its entire fleet this year. “We continue to execute this strategy and lead in this space by making prudent investments in innovative, cutting-edge technologies,” said Rob Friedman, American’s VP of marketing. “During this initial phase of launch, Entertainment On Demand allows customers to access content through select personal Wi-Fi-enabled laptops, and in the coming months [we intend] to make tablets and other devices available for use with the product.” TV shows rent for 99 cents and movies go for $3.99. Movies are available for 24 hours, TV shows for 72, and both can be viewed on a portable device after the consumer has debarked, using the same browser and device.
CEA to Host Webinar Exploring Audio Study Insights
CAYIN's digital signage players empower 15 LCD screens in BarcelonaTech (UPC). This project was conducted and implemented by PGN and imaginArt. The new digital screen network has created a paperless environment and broadcast updated information.
Sequoia Technology are Finalists in the e-Legacy Awards, in the 'Medical Advancements' category with their SMS Printer unit. The SMS printer is saving lives of people in Mozambique.
Crestron Dealer, Roberts Home AV Installs Crestron System in Kevin Connolly's Home in Season Premiere of DIY Network's Hollywood Hi-Tech
Parks Associates' Smart Energy Summit addresses impact of cloud services and connected devices on energy management solutions
Research and strategy conference will be held February 28-March 1 in Austin, Texas
The new UTP transmitter allows analog video sources to be routed as TMDS digital video by a wide range of digital video matrix switchers.
Company introduces new Rocket Movie Server at "The Rally" RV Show
Parks Associates reports U.S. IP-based home monitoring service market will reach $4.4 billion by 2016
A federal court has issued a preliminary injunction against Santa Clara–based Zediva, essentially ordering a shutdown of its low-cost streaming-movie-rental service. The decision comes less than six months after the launch of the service, which aimed to curtail streaming licensing fees by renting and streaming DVDs over the Internet. Zediva launched in March, hoping to build a business from what it saw as a loophole in the way that DVDs are rented and how streaming-video-on-demand services license content. It built out a data center that housed numerous DVD players, which were hooked up to servers to deliver streaming “rentals” of those DVDs over the Internet. As a result, Zediva was able to offer streaming rentals at a much lower price than competing services that licensed the content for streaming. While most new releases on online VOD services like iTunes or Vudu are priced at around $5 each, Zediva was offering rentals for $1.99 or a package of 10 rentals for $10. It was also able to offer new releases sooner than competing subscription VOD services like Netflix, which must wait for titles to hit a certain distribution window before they’re available for streaming. Because it was buying the DVDs, it could offer new titles as soon as new releases were available for sale in stores.
CEDIA has announced this year’s finalists in the Manufacturers’ Excellence Awards competition. Finalists include 30 products in the Best New Product category as well as two products in the Sustainable Lifestyle Product Innovation category, which recognizes products with an environmentally friendly approach. Winners will be announced at the Electronic Lifestyles® Awards Banquet during CEDIA EXPO on Saturday, September 10 in the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Up to 10 Best New Products will be recognized, and one Sustainable Lifestyle Product Innovation winner will be announced. Also honored at the banquet will be the 2011 Product Hall of Fame inductees as well as winners of the Designer Awards, the Attendees’ Choice Award, the CEDIA/HGTVPro.com People’s Pick Awards, and more! View Finalists here.
As owners of NDAS Technology, IOCELL Networks offers the industry's first high-performance, fully scalable and portable networked storage solutions for a variety of needs
Humbug Telecom Labs provider of carrier-class fraud prevention, detection and telecom analytics for any size business, today announced that it has becomes the latest member of TM Forum.
NVU has been chosen to be the exclusive Candian distributor for Class on Demand's Award-Winning Digital Media training DVDs for the world's most popular media titles, such as Adobe Photoshop, Pinnacle Studio, Avid Studio, Final Cut Pro and more!
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INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.