HaiVision's VFiControl™ iPhone®/iPad™ App Provides Real -Time Control Over IP Video Recording, Review, and Publishing
Intel showed off a pocket-sized device that monitors power usage by gadgets and appliances across a house. A sensor in the box could detect which appliances were being turned on or off by watching for their unique electricity usage patterns. That allows the creation of logs that can show, for instance, at what hours each day an Xbox or certain lights have been turned on. The sensor works by simply recognizing voltage drop patterns when devices are turned on and off, and doesn't require anything special from the appliances themselves. No official word on when a real product will be available but Intel says they will be using an Intel Atom processor and the MeeGo Linux operating system so developers can build additional applications for the device.
Minicom Digital Signage Reveals Remote Device Management (RDM) Technology for Digital Signage Displays at Screen Media Expo 2010
Medicina International Hospital Successfully Expands Brand Name with CAYIN Digital Signage Solutions
Pre -show workshops at CONNECTIONS™ focus on business strategies for residential energy management, digital media, and connected CE
Microsoft to Direct Small Businesses Seeking Unified Communications Solutions with VoIP Integration to Alteva
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