Attending CEDIA? Make sure to download the "Follow Me Mobile Phone App" to help you navigate the show floor.

For iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad users: From your phone go to the iTunes App Store and search for "CEDIA" to find "CEDIA EXPO 2010" and click on the "free" button to take you to the install screen. Then download the CEDIA EXPO 2010 Mobile App as you would any iPhone application. If you are syncing your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad from your PC, go to http://bit.ly/CEDIAEXPO2010 for download. For all other types of web-enabled phones: Point your mobile phone's web browser to m.core-apps.com/cedia2010 [Note: when you point your "all other" web-enabled phone browser to this web-based mobile site, it will let you choose your phone type for proper download]

SENSIO at the 3D Entertainment Summit

SENSIO at the 3D Entertainment Summit(TM) Sept. 15-16, 2010 Hilton Los Angeles | Universal City, Calif. Table 42

RT Com introduces a 9x4 matrix which scales and converts Analog to Digital

The Credenza series of products was designed with one major objective in mind: reduce or eliminate the integration nightmares that have become a painful norm in deployment of digital display systems.

Panamax/Furman Named as One of the Best Places to Work in the North Bay

Panamax/Furman today announced that the company has been selected as one of the best places to work in the North Bay in the fifth-annual North Bay Business Journal survey.

SIM2 Receives EISA Award for Best Product

SIM2 is pleased to announce the Grand Cinema™ MICO 50 LED-based video projector has been honored by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) with a Best Product Award in the Video Projector category.

SAVANT Desktop and In -wall iPad Docks Mark the Beginning of a New Era in Affordable Touch Panel Solutions

Superior functionality combined with ease of configuration and affordability driving homeowners to Savant's iPad™ solution

Salamander Introduces New Pro Audio Rack Mounts for its Synergy & Chameleon AV Cabinets

Modular, Stackable, Affordable, Rack Mounting Systems Provide New Solutions for Customers and Installers

Boxee Embraces HTML5, Switches toWebkit

Boxee is going to switch its integrated web browser from Mozilla’s Gecko to Webkit with its next major update, according to Boxee Lead Apps Developer and Community Evangelist Rob Spectre. The switch is an attempt to make full use of HTML5 within Boxee, but it should also help with accessing a wider array of video content that’s not yet available through dedicated Boxee apps. Since its first release, Boxee has offered a web browser through its “Boxee Browser” application that enables users to navigate to any site on the web. However, the implementation has been little more than a stop-gap measure to offer access to sites like Hulu.com, which briefly blocked the ability to access its videos directly through Boxee in early 2009. The current browser is based on Mozilla’s Gecko layout engine, which is also used by Firefox. Its implementation is fairly buggy, and many sites don’t display correctly within Boxee.

Boxee Embraces HTML5, Switches to Webkit

Janko Roettgers at NewTeeVee today wrote: Boxee is going to switch its integrated web browser from Mozilla’s Gecko to Webkit with its next major update, I was told by Boxee Lead Apps Developer and Community Evangelist Rob Spectre. The switch is an attempt to make full use of HTML5 within Boxee, but it should also help with accessing a wider array of video content that’s not yet available through dedicated Boxee apps. Since its first release, Boxee has offered a web browser through its “Boxee Browser” application that enables users to navigate to any site on the web. However, the implementation has been little more than a stop-gap measure to offer access to sites like Hulu.com, which briefly blocked the ability to access its videos directly through Boxee in early 2009. The current browser is based on Mozilla’s Gecko layout engine, which is also used by Firefox. Its implementation is fairly buggy, and many sites don’t display correctly within Boxee.

Attending CEDIA?Make sure to download the "Follow Me Mobile Phone App" to help you navigate the show floor.

For iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad users: From your phone go to the iTunes App Store and search for "CEDIA" to find "CEDIA EXPO 2010" and click on the "free" button to take you to the install screen. Then download the CEDIA EXPO 2010 Mobile App as you would any iPhone application. If you are syncing your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad from your PC, go to http://bit.ly/CEDIAEXPO2010 for download. [Note: iTunes address is case-sensitive] For all other types of web-enabled phones: Point your mobile phone's web browser to m.core-apps.com/cedia2010 [Note: when you point your "all other" web-enabled phone browser to this web-based mobile site, it will let you choose your phone type for proper download]

Custom Electronics Integrators to Benefit from Extensive Training Support from Niles at CEDIA Expo 2010

Niles provides educational opportunities for digital entertainment, designer loudspeakers, mutlizone audio and more

PHC to Unveil DSP Programmable Amp at CEDIA

Professional Home Cinema (PHC) will unveil the production models of its new PMA-Series Programmable Modular Amplifiers at CEDIA EXPO

Parks Associates finds demand for mobile applications will help consumers overcome resistance to advertising

Mobile app market will reach $2 billion in 2010

Dana Innovations announces strategic partnership with AmbiSonic Systems

Dana Innovations to become the exclusive partner to handle worldwide sales, marketing, and order fulfillment under it's Sonance brand.

Atlantic Technology Product Line Now Updated In D -Tools System Integrator (SI) 5.5 Software

The latest detailed Atlantic Technology product information in System Integrator™ is now completely updated and available to current SI users.

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