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ATEN introduces the worldwide first 3D-enabled KVM switch. The 2- and 4-Port USB DVI Dual Link KVMP Switches support the transmission of 3D video signals from various sources to a LCD monitor and combines the features of an auditable KVM switch with
Show Attendees Need to Stop by the VMP Booth During Show Hours in Order to Enter for a Chance to Win
Protecode Inc., a leading provider of open source license management solutions, today announced that it has successfully completed "Ready for IBM Rational Software" technical validation for Build Analyzer™.
Guifx Font to Be Distributed With ControlWorks' Latest Control Module for Logitech(R) Squeezebox(TM)
The new Protégé 21a and Protégé 21w in a 16:9 format leverages multi-touch capacitive technology on the Microsoft™ Windows 7 embedded (WES) enabling the benefits of a fully interactivity on the long life LED displays.
Webcast Will Address Internet Radio Advertising Trends
Home theatre enthusiasts in Melbourne and the surrounding areas can have a cheap and complete installation that will perfectly suit their home entertainment needs.
Smartec STS-IPTX161 NEYRO Series video server is designed to convert analog video signal to digital format and transmit it over the network in real-time.
The Honig Company has a solution for moviegoers who get headaches from watching 3D. The answer: 2D glasses. The Honig Company estimates that 30 million Americans, or 10% of the population have minor eye problems that lead to headaches and discomfort when watching 3D content. While typical 3D glasses show a different image to each eye, the 2D glasses block the second image, showing the same image to both eyes, and canceling out the illusion of 3D. The 2D glasses allow people who get headaches from watching 3D to still join family members and friends at the theater. The 2D glasses are low-priced, with a manufacturers suggested price of $7.99.
On Monday afternoon, Apple announced the introduction of iCloud, a music service that will allow users to listen to their music from almost any Internet-connected device.The service, which was introduced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, will be available starting in the fall for users of Apple products who also upgrade to the company's latest operating system. Though iCloud itself will be free, to fully take advantage of the service, users will need to pay $24.99 per year for a service called iTunes Match that will scan their iTunes library and make their songs available to be streamed on any Apple device, as long as those songs happen to among the 18 million available from Apples iTunes store. Songs that aren't included in the store will have to be uploaded from users' hard drives. A note on Apple's web page indicates that 5GB of storage will be offered to iCloud users for free. The service replaces Apple's previously available MobileMe service, which allowed users to store data and access email, calendar and contacts via a cloud. Subscribers to iCloud will have their E-books, photos and documents all backed up wirelessly and automatically. Purchased music, apps and books will not count toward the allotted storage.
Siretta Antennas, the Berkshire, UK based M2M antenna specialist today launched their new look website.
Furman's PL -PRO DMC Power Conditioner Protects and Optimizes Performance of Sound Reinforcement System in Indiana Convention Center
It's hard for a facility to compete with major destinations for conventions and exhibitions if its sound system earns a reputation for poor and unreliable performance.
Two-Channel AMP C1 Delivers High-End Performance, Exclusive Technologies and Top-Level Build Quality at an Affordable Price
Atlona Technologies(R) today announced that the company has partnered with TruAudio in a co-marketing effort designed to leverage the manufacturing expertise and strengths of both companies. Effective immediately, TruAudio is offering its customers
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection