New Extender Wall Plate Kit: For a Clean, Professional Installation
Now available in .8, 1.4, and 2.7 screen gains.
CONNECTIONS™ pre -show research workshops focus on Connected CE, Smart Energy, and Mobile Technology
Parks Associates today announced the agendas for three research workshops, focusing on cloud-based innovations, smart energy, and monetization strategies for mobile technologies.
Yitran Communications, a leading and award winning fabless semiconductor company, now offers the first 1 Mbps OFDM and Powerline Communication (PLC) modem especially designed for Smart Grid and other energy efficient applications.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT), the world's biggest retailer, plans to cut back on space for electronics as sales in that category have declined, contributing to the company's two-year U.S. sales slump. The company, which is based in Bentonville, Arkansas, will reduce the floor space devoted to items like flat-screen televisions and give some of that space to apparel, according to Rosalind Brewer, who runs the Wal-Mart East division. Brewer spoke at a retail conference in Atlanta today. The reduction is a reversal of Wal-Mart's 2009 move to allocate 21 percent more floor space to entertainment gadgets and comes after electronics contributed to a 1.8 percent decline in sales at U.S. stores open at least a year in the fourth quarter, its seventh consecutive drop. "It's something Wal-Mart has needed to do for a year," said Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners, a New Canaan, Connecticut-based consulting firm, in an interview. "You don't need as much space in that area with products shrinking and purchases going online, and electronics has narrow profit margins. Floor space is a scarce commodity."
There are many home security companies such as Silverline Security, available today that offer excellent quality home security devices.
D-Tools Inc., the worldwide leader in system integration software, today announced, the launch of its newly re-designed website located at www.d-tools.com.
To perform the test, all you need is one piece of string that measures about the length of your arm. Tie a knot in the middle, and then a knot two to four inches from each end. Hold the string up to your nose with the closest knot about two inches away from your nose. Make sure your finger isn't obscuring your line of sight. Now you're ready to go. First, check to see how many knots you see as you look at the knot in the center. You should see only one. If you see two, you may have double vision, or diplopia, and should consult your optometrist. Next, check to see how many strings you see as you focus on the center knot. You should see two, crossing at the knot in the middle. If you don't see two strings, you don't see 3-D. I found that the strings kept popping in and out, so I definitely have issues with 3-D perception. If you see two strings, the next step is to determine where the strings cross. If they cross at the center knot, your eyes probably work well together and you can see 3-D. If they cross in front of the center knot, your eyes are pointing in too much and you have "convergence excess." And if the strings cross in back of the center knot, your eyes aren't pointing in enough and you have "convergence insufficiency."
As broadcasters and television networks try to figure out their Internet strategy, the TV content that actually is online is generating quite a pretty penny. Online TV brought in $1.6 billion last year, up 34% from 2009, according to a data analysis by IHS. The largest contributor to that growth was a 65% rise in Internet TV advertising, which reached $719 million in 2010. That's surprising, since Big Media has often beenreluctant to throw its content online, thinking it would jeopardize their lucrative deals with cable providers. And the number of online television streams with ads rose by a measly 10% last year. But some analysts say that the big players in online TV are actually making out pretty well. "Even in this conflicted market, revenue was up, thanks to the proactive attitude of a handful of players, including Hulu and the CW Television Network, which have managed to expand revenue even as consumption growth has leveled out," said Dan Cryan, head broadband media analyst at IHS.
Performance Transcoding Platform Makes Real-Time Video Available for All Users Within the Enterprise and Military Markets
"We're ready for streaming" say consumers But we haven't reached the fabled 'Post -PC' era just yet…
Free software, such as Twonky from PacketVideo, takes advantage of the wireless capabilities built in to every new connected device and makes smooth, trouble-free in-home streaming a reality.
LG Electronics (LG), a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, brings its hero technologies to the UK next week with the launch of its pioneering new home entertainment range.
Atlona Introduces New AT -3GSDI -HD2 3G -SDI/HD -SDI/SD -SDI to HDMI With Stereo Audio Converter at the 2011 NAB Show
Full-Featured Device Combines Support for All Audio Formats up to 8-Channel With Industry's Fastest Response Time at an Affordable Price Point
The Great American Speaker Company is giving away three pairs of the new ElectroMotion ESL speakers as part of a contest called, "Ask Professor Vojtko."
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
Custom scenes (connecting up to 250 switches) in your living, family or great room, kitchen, study, master bedroom/bathroom, and office. Turn off all lights in your home at the touch of a button. Automatically (Timer Scheduler) turn on/off outdoor security lights, heating and AC, or provide night light convenience anywhere in your home. From creating a virtual 3 way switch anywhere in your home, to turning a group of lights when your garage door is opened, door bell or phone rings.