Blue Echo Solutions, Inc. and HDconnect Enter Agreement to Distribute hd EZ lock in the European Market
Blue Echo Solutions, Inc., the manufacturer of the award- winning HDMI products, announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with HDconnect to offer the hd EZ lock Universal HDMI Locking Adapter to the European market.
SIM2 is thrilled to partner with Miami dealer Sound Performance for a two-day 3D extravaganza November 17 and 18, from 10:30 am to 6:30 p.m.
Boxee, which makes software that makes it easy to watch Web video on your TV, celebrates a big milestone this week, when the first Boxee-branded hardware starts shipping to consumers. The start-up is celebrating with an event at New York’s Irving Plaza. But the company’s next big move likely won’t happen in public view: Sources say Boxee is out trying to raise a significant funding round, likely in the $10 million to $15 million range. I’m told that existing investors Union Square, Spark and General Catalyst, which have helped Boxee raise $12 million to date, all plan to re-up, and will likely pick up half of the round. No word on who the new money is, or how close the round is to closing. CEO Avner Ronen will need it sooner than later, though. His two-year-old company now has a significant payroll–33 people, at last count–and very little revenue coming in the door.
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Gogobeans, the creators of the most flexible way to store, organize and share digital media, today announced that Chance Telecom, an international VoIP carrier will offer its digital locker solution to its global customer base.
Speculation is mounting that Philips may have been crying "wolf" when they announced that they were set to shut down their Pronto control business with insiders now claiming that the actions of last week were designed to flush out a buyer. According to Michael Henriksen the Managing Director of Qualifi, which distributes Pronto products in Australia, the Pronto operation has been "Up for sale" for some time. "It would not surprise me if they are trying to flush out a buyer with their announcement last week that they were going to shut the operation down," he said. According to sources in Asia, Philips has been engaging with potential acquirers of the remote control and home automation line for several months but no one has put a satisfactory offer on the table for the IP and brand name. Philips was hoping that an IP automation company would want to capatalise on the IP as several companies move to software applications that can be used on Smartphones and iPads or a new generation of Google Tablets. Evidently, Philips received so much interest in the product since the announcement of its demise, that the company is now entering discussions with suitors.
As the Internet and TV converge in living rooms, lots of folks, including the New York Times, have been drooling over the idea of smartphones as next-gen remotes. On the surface, this seems like a cool idea. After all, smart mobile devices have touch screens, keyboards, and all sorts of other bells and whistles that should equal an enhanced, enjoyable smart-TV experience. Once you scratch the surface, however, you soon realize what a terrible and impractical idea an app-enabled smartphone remote really is. Here, then, are nine reasons your smart device is a lousy TV remote. 9. It’s still a phone 8. Battery life 7. A phone is a personal device 6. It will still get lost in the couch. Click here to read the full article by Jeremy Toeman of Cnet Crave.
Sequoia are pleased to announce the latest product family from Telit GE/L-865, the smallest GSM/GPRS modules in the market.
Digital Signage made easy with 121View's new DSP device - 121E embeds the most critical features of a feature-rich digital signage system into a light, compact and low-power box that is easy to install and operate.
Eight-Year Extended Warranty Coverage on Commercial Lighting Installations Offers Unmatched Safeguards for Building Operators; New Certification Program Provides a Global Network of Authorized Field Support and Integration Specialists
Parks Associates reports mobile carriers must focus on data services as smartphone sales exceed 215 million units in 2010
Voice revenues continue to decline worldwide; data to account for almost 50% of mobile ARPU by 2014
The 8/16-Port Dual Rail LCD KVM Switch CL5808/CL5816 combines innovative space-saving and advanced functions for centralized server room management
Media Decor adds a new artist to its portfolio. Elizabeth Carmel is known for her unique, expressive landscapes, and waterscapes.
There’s now even more evidence that subscribers are cutting the cord and opting out of paying for cable: By adding up subscriber losses from four of the top five cable companies, we found that more than half a million users have ditched their cable companies. The carnage began last week when Comcast announced it had lost 275,000 basic cable subscribers, but it has continued as Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications and Cablevision have all reported major subscriber losses of their own. No. 2 cable provider Time Warner Cable announced today that it shed 155,000 cable subscribers during the third quarter, which included 46,000 digital video subs. Yesterday, Charter Communications reported that it lost 63,800 basic cable subscribers during the previous quarter. And Cablevision said this morning that it shed 24,500 subscribers during the same period, including about 5,000 digital video subscribers. Add that all together and you have more than 500,000 customers that left their cable providers last quarter, and that’s just data from four of the top five cable companies that have reported earnings. (No. 3 cable provider Cox Communications is privately held and therefore doesn’t have to announce its subscriber losses for all the world to see.) No doubt even more subscribers have left some of the smaller, non-public local and regional cable providers over the past few months.
The Wi-Fi Alliance and the HomePlug Powerline Alliance announced an agreement Tuesday to collaborate on applications that allow smart energy grids to interoperate with "connected" homes. The two alliances are part of the Smart Grid Interoperability Panel, a forum that coordinates smart grid standards. They plan to collaborate on wireless and wired network applications for what the forum calls its Smart Energy 2 Applications Profile. The Wi-Fi Alliance believes that working with HomePlug will help mesh Wi-Fi equipment and devices connected to home powerline networks. The collaboration is focused on helping bring about "a great user experience with smart home technology," Edgar Figueroa, the Wi-Fi Alliance CEO, said in a statement.
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