Care@Home recognized for excellence in IoT-enabled technology
Lowest distortion and noise, high linear output current, and low power push the boundaries for professional and portable audio
Ergotron product named an honoree in the Computer Accessories category
Denon Electronics announces that for the first time, Amazon Prime Music is accessible with Denon's HEOS wireless multi-room sound system.
Product, Application and Prototype finalists offer glimpse of what's coming at CES 2016
New Features Enhance Market-Leading LG Minibeam Projector Line to be Unveiled at CES 2016
Wi-Fi-enabled Smart Thermostat is Now Commercially Available Through HomeDepot.com and Amazon.com
$549 high-definition projector features high brightness and contrast and BrilliantColor technology for vivid images
Keynote Panel features U.S. Secretary of Transportation and executives from Bosch, Qualcomm, Mobileye and MIT to discuss the next wave of urban transportation
From Bloomberg Business: Apple Inc. has suspended plans to offer a live Internet-based television service and is instead focusing on being a platform for media companies to sell directly to customers through its App Store, according to a person with knowledge of the matter. While Apple isn’t giving up entirely on releasing a live-TV service, its plan to sell a package of 14 or so channels for $30 to $40 a month has run into resistance from media companies that want more money for their programming, said the person, who asked not to be named discussing a prospective product. CBS Corp. Chief Executive Officer Les Moonves said at a conference earlier Tuesday that Apple had put its live TV plans “on hold.” The struggle highlights the difficulty new entrants face in trying to persuade media companies to overhaul the conventional pay-TV bundle, which costs about $85 a month. To break the logjam, Apple would either have to charge more, or the media companies would have to accept less. Cont'd...
Hosting Pitch Day at show floor exhibit
Philips and City of San Jose Partner to Deploy Philips SmartPoles Pilot Project Combining Energy Efficient LED Street Lighting with Wireless Broadband Technology from Ericsson
50 Philips SmartPoles feature a specialized two-way communicating meter from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) --- Smart street lighting to drive expanded wireless broadband coverage throughout City while providing more than 50 percent in energy savings --- State-of-the-art technology aligned with San Jose's Vision Zero, an effort towards achieving zero traffic deaths and providing safe streets for all.
A smart bulb that can be controlled by touch or wirelessly via app or home controller
Parks Associates: 30% of U.S. broadband households intend to purchase a smart lightbulb by end of year
Vivint, Comcast, SMUD, Direct Energy, Nest, and more to address growing smart home and energy market at 2016 Smart Energy Summit: Engaging Consumers
Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Michael Moritz, Thierry Henry, William Shu and Imogen Heap, among leading speakers on stage at the year's most anticipated tech conference
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Energy & Other Home Systems - Featured Product
The WaterCop family of products continues to grow! We now offer Z-wave technology that allows remote control of a home's main water supply via phone or internet. It's perfect for people who want peace of mind that they can shut off water in homes from nearly anywhere using Z-wave protocol. Z-wave joins systems WaterCop Pro, LeakStop, WaterCop Classic, Outdoor, and Large Valve (1 ½"-4") Integration. Visit www.watercop.com to learn more.