Samsung said last week that it has crossed the 60 percent mark in domestic market share for 3D TVs. The company cited data from NPD Group's tracking survey measuring late April and early May. Clearly consumers are voting with their wallets and choosing the TV that provides a superior 3D experience," John Revie, senior vice president of Home Entertainment, Samsung Electronics America, Inc, said as part of the announcement. "Samsung 3D TVs can deliver Full HD 3D, but a TV isn't just about 3D. We also are leaders in design with our gorgeous TVs, and leaders in connected TV with our hugely popular Samsung Apps platform." The Samsung reaction comes as LG had been claiming publicly that customers prefer its passive-glasses Theater 3D approach.
Netflix is bringing its online video subscription service to 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean later this year, the company announced Tuesday. This will be Netflix's second expansion outside of the U.S., following Canada. Like Canada, only its Watch Instantly service, which provides unlimited streaming TV shows and movies for $7.99 per month in the U.S., will be offered. Members will be able to access Netflix on a variety of Internet-connected devices in Spanish, Portuguese and English, the company said in a statement. There are no plans to extend its DVDs-by-mail offering at this time.
A distinctive feature of Smartec STC-3906 is its 360 ° rotation both in horizontal and vertical planes. Due to this feature, new PTZ camera can be recommended both for traditional CCTV systems and objects with extreme environmental conditions.
Sale on Select INSTEON and Smarthome Branded Products Ends July 5
Home Automation Superstore Offers Customers Additional Method to Manage Direct Mailings
INDIANAPOLIS, IN, July 1, 2011- Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler, welcomes Carl Kasten as Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O.) to their team.
Vigitron, a leading global manufacturer of analog and IP transmission solutions introduces a new diagnostic tool that saves time and money when installing PoE network products.
Kramer Electronics is pleased to announce the introduction of the high-performance VP-417 scaler for composite video or s-Video signals.
Every now and again, the rules for how to build a personal computer change. One of those moments may arrive next year with a high-speed wireless technology that could let people link tablets with big-screen TVs or dock laptops when arriving in the office. The technology, which uses the 60GHz band of radio spectrum and is designed to transfer as much as 7 gigabits of data per second, matches what many wired connections provide, either inside a computer chassis or through the profusion of ports that perforate laptop sides. A group called the WiGig Alliance is developing it, and the group announced today new specifications that could help replace the current tangle of cables.
BTX Technologies, a global value-added distributor and manufacturer of interface and integration products, today announced that Doris Hiller has been named as the company's new sales manager for the Midwest region.
Speaker leader joins D-Tools MVP Program Partnership to offer current System Integrator users detailed product information free of charge.
The USB Theater Sound Xperience adapter with DTS technology provides a complete audio-processing package for stereo headphones.
For a medium heavily ridiculed for its zombie-making capabilities, television is certainly taking on more of an active role courtesy of Yahoo! Connected TV. Coming later this year to select Sony and Toshiba models, the interactive software that's already in eight million homes gains two new features destined to either creep you out, or snag you a twofer on those wings -- broadcast interactivity, and device control. While the latter enhancement merely transforms your smartphone or tablet into an extended remote, it's the former that'll turn your TV choices into a game of peeping Tom, delivering ads custom-fit for you. But the old, yodeling tech giant's not stopping there -- the company also plans to trot out an app store by the years' end, which is currently in pilot testing with Ford and HSN (among others). If widget-based ads are your thing, you might want to hold off until the big manufacturer roll-out next year, or you could always consider that Google option. Brain-rot, please meet the tech loop.
HAI's recent integration allows CoolMaster VRV and VRF systems provide connectivity to units from Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Sanyo, Fujitsu, and Daikin.
HAI announced today that integration has been finalized between HAI Omni and Lumina Family control systems and VIVOTEK IP surveillance solutions.
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