INDIANAPOLIS, IN, July 14, 2011- Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler, has won Dealer Design Awards' Gold Award in the Commercial Controls Category for the Wireless Zone One, the Silver Award in the C
NextGen introduced Active 3D Glasses ($79.95 MSRP) that work with virtually any 3D TV and are the only universal ones on the market that are rechargeable. When used with a compatible 3D TV, users will enjoy lifelike, vivid 3D images right in their home. According to NextGen's President, Bob Dolatowski, "These new Active 3D glasses are highest quality and work with all the major 3D TV brands. What really sets them apart is the convenience of being able to recharge them with a standard USB cable. And a three hour charge lasts about 50 hours which will get you through quite a few movies before they need to be recharged." NextGen's Active 3D Glasses are available to order now and will be shipping around August 1.
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Apple, which is sitting pretty on an Uncle Scrooge-sized pile of $76.2 billion in cash, is rumored to be eyeballing making a bid in the upcoming Hulu auction. Apple is currently the world's second largest company, and surely figures it needs to put that cash to use, especially with an enterprise as tantalizing as the Hulu video service is. Hulu would add a subscription service to Apple's portfolio, which, valuable as it is on its own, could potentially flourish within the highly-insulated and interconnected tech ecosystem Apple has put so much work into creating. Hulu also offers Apple an excellent opportunity to jump headlong into the subscription-based streaming video marketed that's been dominated with much aplomb by Netflix until that company's recent dust-up with subscribers over upcoming rate changes.
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Despite sluggish sales of Internet-enabled television and 3DTVs, the consumer electronics industry is projected to surpass $190 billion in overall shipment revenues this year, a growth rate of 5.6%, according to a new mid-year industry report from the Consumer Electronics Association. The projection is higher than a previous CEA projection in January. The CEA also predicts industry shipments will grow in 2012, reaching an all-time high of $197 billion. Tablet computers, which offer movie streaming and downloads, are projected to grow 157% in 2011, with more than 26.5 million units being shipped to dealers and resulting in $14 billion in shipment revenue.
Haivision Driving Toward $50 Million Revenue With New Division Combining Internet Streaming and Cloud Transcoding to Enable Over-The-Top Media Delivery
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Siretta Antennas, the Berkshire, UK based M2M antenna specialist today announced the release of its Oscar 15 antenna, a rugged 2.4GHz antenna designed for increasing working range between access points and remote sites.
The URC Complete Control Connectivity Partnership allows homeowners to use elegant two-way control modules with HAI home control products.
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Roku launched Wednesday a next-generation version of its popular TV set-top Internet streaming box, highlighted by a more compact form factor, an interactive Bluetooth remote that will support new video game play, and expanded entertainment offerings. The new Roku 2 is billed as a new family of streaming players that will be available in three (good-better-best) versions -- the Roku 2 HD ($60 suggested retail), Roku 2 XD ($80) and Roku 2 XS ($100). All will be available at the end of July and retailer outlets, including Roku.com, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Fry's Electronics and RadioShack. The new line introduces popular casual game play, including Rovio's Angry Birds (free with the XS version), to the system.
Mobile gaming and smartphones bringing nontraditional players into the gaming audience
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Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!