Muvee CEO Highlights Marketing Video Solutions at Storage Visions
MCINTOSH DEBUTS LEADING -EDGE MC601 MONOBLOCK AMPLIFIER AT CES 2011: LEGENDARY AUDIO PERFORMANCE FOR THE DIGITAL AGE
-- Sheer McIntosh Elegance, Unmatched Efficiency and Reliability, New 600-Watt Powerhouse Boasts Engineering Advances Combined with Extended Functionality --
-- Discerning Music Lovers Can Now Show Off Their Passion for Great Home Entertainment; Stylish New Clock Is Ideal for Wall Hanging or System Integration --
-- New AP1 Audio Player iPhone/iPad App Offers iPhone/iPad Music Playback/Control Within McIntoshâ Home Entertainment Environment; Iconic "McIntosh Blue" LED Watt Meter Backdrop --
-- New Website Designed to Attract New Demographic of Discerning Listeners Who Want to Experience the Ultimate in Quality and Style --
Wisdom Audio invited press to the experience the world's finest loudspeakers and latest in planar-magnetic technology at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV.
Crestron Introduces Easy -To -Install HDMI® Extenders to Transmit Uncompressed High -Definition AV Signals Long Distances Over a Single Wire
Low-Cost HD-EXT Extends HDMI Audio, Video and Control Signals up to 330 Feet; Longest Distance Yet Over Single-Wire STP with Zero Signal Degradation
Hammered by ever-slimming profit margins, TV makers are turning online to videogames as another way to incorporate Web-delivered entertainment. At this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, many television manufacturers touted videogames as an important entertainment category for Internet-connected televisions. Many are forming partnerships to play videogames on the TV without the need for a dedicated game console, and many are courting developers to create apps for the TV. LG Electronics Inc. unveiled a range of smart, or Internet-connected, televisions while showing off a new motion-sensing remote control. The new remote only has six buttons and is similar to Nintendo Co.'s Wii game controller. "Videogames are one of the categories that we hope app developers will take to with the new Motion remote," said Tim Alessi, director of new product development at LG's home electronics division. Samsung Electronics Co., the world's biggest TV maker, held a contest for developers to create the best app for its television. It awarded the top $200,000 prize to a developer who created a game called WeDraw. By keeping the television central to the lives of consumers, manufacturers are hoping to lift the overall value of the TV and keep the industry's relentless price declines at bay.
More than 2,700 technology companies across global industries dazzled attendees at the 2011 International CES®, with the ground-breaking event energizing the technology world. The 2011 CES set several new records, including 30,000 international attendees and 22 top CEOs participating in keynotes. Owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, the 2011 CES, the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow, concluded today in Las Vegas. "The 2011 International CES was a phenomenal worldwide event that spanned global industries including technology, automotive and entertainment markets," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "This global technology gathering featured more innovation, more news, more social media buzz and more international attendance than any other show in CES history." Preliminary attendance figures indicate more than 140,000 industry professionals attended the 2011 International CES. More than 30,000 attendees came from outside the United States, with the show attracting more than 80 international delegations. CEA conducts an independent audit of attendance at the International CES and final verified figures will be available in the spring. Major technology trends emerged from the CES show floor including the launch of more than 80 tablets, wireless 4G LTE, connected TV technologies, smart appliances - featured for the first time in show history - and electric vehicles. Ford's Alan Mulally unveiled the company's first electric car at the 2011 International CES with its Ford Focus Electric.
Alteva, a Unified Communications (UC) solution provider headquartered in Philadelphia, today announced the availability of the industry's first on demand video auto attendant.
Record-breaking 30,000 Overseas Visitors Experience World's Largest Consumer Technology Tradeshow
Top New Jersey designer and installer of custom home electronics systems elected as President of HTSA's Board of Directors
DigitalMedia 8G™ Cable and Sonnex™ Multiroom Audio System Receive Top Honors at CES Awards Ceremony
Smarthome announced today that two new INSTEON products will aid users in controlling their energy consumption - iMeter Solo and SynchroLinc. Both products are currently available for pre-order, and are expected within the month.
CyberLink to integrate SENSIO(R) Hi -Fi 3D technology into industry -leading media player software for PC market
Agreement will enable OEMs to offer customers rich, immersive 3D viewing experience delivered by premium-quality SENSIO(R) Hi-Fi 3D format
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