Digital Home Health-A Primer

The total market for digital home health services is expected to grow to $2.1 billion in 2010, fueled mainly by wellness monitoring services (CAGR 74%), Web messaging, and online consultation services (CAGR 54%).

DVD Insider # 61 - Mobile TV…Jerry Maguire's Next Big Player

- It's not "show friends." It's show "business" - And we work in a business of tough competitors - I was inspired and I'm an accountant

DVD Insider # 62 - The Million Dollar Baby

It's the magic of risking everything for a dream that nobody sees but you.

DVD Insider #60 - The Hollow Man Cometh

- How come when you say "Yes, Sir" it kinda sounds like… - If we're gonna move forward, this is the next logical step - I don't want to cut her up for another few weeks

Editorial Comments

I hope this discussion helps you find what you're looking for in this issue.

From Old Cars to High-speed Home Networks

AC powerline and coax cable both networking together is what Intellon Corporation calls a hybrid network, sort of a parallel to the hybrid cars of today - both have two means of conveyance adding to the overall power.

HDTV and the Antenna Revolution

As long as picture quality and price remain important to consumers, the antenna will be an important vehicle for high definition television signals.

Hot Projector News From Infocomm 2006

It's nice to finally see a few bright widescreen projectors that are better suited for brighter rooms, but can also do a passable job for movie watching, these could prove to be very popular with gamers, sports addicts, typical TV watchers, etc., and some will fully satisfy movie watches as well.

How to Choose a Home Automation System

A really interesting change occurs when home automation is installed. You begin to treat your home as one big unified system instead of a collection of smaller unrelated systems. When this happens, the possibilities and "what if's" start to surface. This is where the fun begins!

How to Make Home Videos and Share Them With the World

Remember, the more complicated your movie, the more difficult it will be to maintain quality of the streaming video when you compress it for the Internet. In order to maximize the final quality of the net delivered video, you can avoid scenes with lots of layers, special effects, action and moving cameras.

How-To Measure Salt Level in Your Water Softener Using an Ultrasonic Sensor

One of the many advantages of this method is that there is nothing touching the salt and no strings or devices that need to be reset/recoiled when filling the softener.

Integrated Systems Europe 2006 breaks through the 10,000 attendance barrier

The 3rd edition of Integrated Systems Europe closed on a high note after three days of record-breaking crowds, stunning visual displays and exhibitors expressing their delight at the new business they have generated, announced the organisers of ISE at the Brussels Expo.

Media Servers in the Digital Home

Annual sales of media server form factors will be significant over the next five years, to the tune of nearly 50 million shipments in 2010

Micro Thermoelectric Generator Targets ZigBee

The main purpose for developing the Thermo Life is to provide energy harvesting for low-power applications where other technologies would prove inadequate or not possible.

PULSSI for the control command of electric radiators

It is reliable because unlike other existing standards it does not force the network to propagate a signal it was not designed for and also because each electric device acts as an analog relay to others.

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