SIM2 USA has announced plans to strengthen its position in the U.S. with key personnel appointments, and a significant financial investment in research and development to accommodate new and emerging technologies developed by SIM2 Multimedia.
Celebrating the Fifth Annual AV Week, Crestron Welcomes Local Educators and Students to its Experience Center
The company's antenna sales increase 300 percent in affected areas during carriage dispute
XPAND Universal 3D Glasses are currently the only 3D glasses that work with all the 3DTV brands and models, 3D computers, 3D gaming consoles and cinema. “The most anticipated product in the history of 3D is now a reality,” says Maria Costeira, CEO of XPAND. “The introduction of the XPAND Universal 3D Glasses represents a watershed moment in consumer electronics, as I am confident the glasses will serve as catalysts in the worldwide adoption of 3D systems for the home.” The Universal 3D Glasses can be pre-ordered on Amazon.com.
Consolidate your remote control collection by using the L5 universal remote to operate all of your home entertainment devices
XPAND Universal 3D Glasses, designed to work seamlessly with the broadest range of 3D-ready television displays and XPAND 3D cinemas, redefine entertainment style, quality and sophistication from the cinema to the home.
At Infocomm Asia 2010, CAYIN will unprecedentedly partner up with selected system integrators in Taiwan to showcase complete digital signage solutions in sport games, corporate communication, environmental monitoring, 3G and GPS applications.
CE buying rebounded in first half of 2010; sales outlook more uncertain for 2H 2010
Television prices are likely to fall in the U.S. market ahead of the year-end, the head of Sony Corp's loss-making TV division said on Thursday. His comments came hours after LG Display, the world's No. 2 LCD flat screen maker, reported its worst operating profit in six quarters on sliding prices for panels. "I think TV prices as a whole will of course fall. There is a lot of inventory in the market," Sony senior vice president Yoshihisa Ishida told Japanese reporters at a briefing in Tokyo to mark the launch of the company's Google-enhanced televisions in the United States. "But what is different from the past is that we cannot necessarily rely on unit sales rising," Ishida added. "We cannot be sure that manipulating prices will mean the market expands again," he said. The launch date for Sony's Google TV, which enables users to search and toggle between live TV, Web content and apps, has not been fixed for Japan and other non-U.S. markets. Ishida said Sony, the world's third-largest maker of flat TVs after Samsung and LG Electronics, would have to reconsider pricing for its Google TV if it seemed too far out of sync with other sets. At present he does not envisage dramatic cuts in prices, which start at $400 for a 24-inch model.
ABC, CBS and NBC are blocking TV programming on their websites from being viewable on Google Inc.'s new Web-TV service, exposing the rift that remains between the technology giant and some of the media companies it wants to supply content for its new products. Full-length episodes of shows like NBC's "The Office," CBS's "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," and ABC's "Modern Family" can't be viewed on Google TV, a service that allows people to access the Internet and search for Web videos on their television screens, as well as to search live TV listings. Logitech International S.A. and Sony Corp. began selling devices running the software this month. Spokespeople for the three networks confirmed that they are blocking the episodes on their websites from playing on Google TV, although both ABC and NBC allow promotional clips to work using the service. ABC is owned by Walt Disney Co., CBS is part of CBS Corp., and NBC is a unit of General Electric Co.'s NBC Universal. The move marks an escalation in ongoing disputes between Google and some media companies, which are skeptical that Google can provide a business model that would compensate them for potentially cannibalizing existing broadcast businesses.
Atlona Technologies Introduces New DVI with Analog/Digital Audio to HDMI Converter and Embedder, the AT -HD610
Atlona Technologies, introduces a solution aimed at the ever expanding computer gaming industry designed to convert video signal from DVI sources along with Analog/Digital Audio to HDMI, the most common connection type for digital video in the home.
Enhancements Include New Quoting Feature, Easy Alignment Tools, and Over 100 New Connector Symbols
VMP Joins the Independent Not-for-Profit Trade Organization Serving the Digital Signage Industry
Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) Certifies Crestron Control Systems and Touchpanels Based on High Scores for Security, Compliance
Crestron Control Systems and Touch Panels Awarded JITC Information Assurance Certification for Top Security Clearance; Earns Department of Homeland Security's Highest Compliance Rating on Vulnerability Assessment Results
ATEN developed patented technology to correct a particular cable-induced distortion described as skew to cut video distortion automatically with one-way signal detection and is therefore very fast.
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