Triad Introduces OmniSub Line of Entry -Level Powered InRoom Subwoofers - Aims to Set the Value Standard for Powered InRoom Subs in the Custom A/V Channel

New from Triad: three entry-level, powered in-room subwoofers that incorporate the build-quality, components and sound characteristics of the company's higher-end products.

HD SUPPLY UTILITIES PARTNERS WITH SMARTLABS TO OFFER INSTEON® HOME AREA NETWORK (HAN) PRODUCTS FOR UTILITY SMART GRID INITIATIVES

HD Supply Utilities, North America's largest electric utilities distributor, announced it has partnered with SmartLabs, Inc. to offer over 100 INSTEON home area network products to electric utility companies for their consumer smart grid initiatives.

Atlantic Technology Ships Low -cost Internet Protocol (IP) Ceiling Speaker

Atlantic Technology Ships Low-Cost, High-Sound-Quality In-Ceiling Loudspeaker for IP or Conventional Wired Hookup

CAYIN Announces New Web -based Digital Signage Player SMP -WEB4

SMP-WEB4 offers more flexibility in content creation and external device integration based on versatile applications.

Crestron TPS -6XNL Touchpanel Now Shipping

Crestron TPS-6XNL Non-Locking Design Perfect for Hospitality and Residential Applications

Bringing the In-Store Message to Life

Small retailers have taken advantage of the affordable stand-alone digital signage solutions that can be programmed and updated with a USB stick or a removable flash memory card. With these solutions, entertaining sales messages can be created, modified and updated in just minutes using simplified software provided with the system. In multi-location, multi-sign operations, managers are using standard network wiring and the Internet cloud to upload fresh, attention-getting sales messages and to manage the timing and placement of product multimedia messages.

Broadband - A New Utility?

The 'connected home' is really starting to become a reality. With more and more devices that link to the home network arriving in stores the prices are plummeting. Broadband is cheaper and service providers are under pressure to find new ways to exploit their mobile and fixed broadband networks. In addition, concern for carbon emissions and new smart grid strategies are driving the deployment of still more networked devices. There are challenges though.

CES 2010 - Look Good, Act Assured, Play Loud

CES is like Cherry Blossom time in Japan or on the Potomac. Or Mel Brooks' Springtime for Hitler! Just a great way to start fresh and see if the industry can get it right…this time. Before Shapiro could open the festivities, Google's Schmidt decided he'd pull a Steve and take the wind out of Shapiro's CES sails with his Nexus One unveiling.

CES 2010 Special News Report

News releases and announcements from the show

Content Insider #136 - Social Media Spying Everyone Follows Social Media … Everyone!

Our kids do nearly everything on their smartphones or netbooks. Because we're slightly retarded, they use email for us. For everyone else -- friends, schoolmates, relationships -- they max out all of the capabilities, features and benefits of today's Web 2.0 social media. They simply look at us and repeat Graves's words, "I have to live my dreams." They aren't alone! "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." - Raul, Die Another Day (MGM - 2002)

Content Insider #137 - Innovation Innovation, Mainstream on Different Time Schedules

The words innovation, efficiency and multitasking may not have been invented in Silicon Valley and the other technology enclaves, but they were refined, honed, perfected in these areas. When the economy stagnated, financial analysts and economists were quick to say the PC/CE/communications industry centers of hyperactivity had lost their edge. In the U.S., they were simply no longer capable of changing the way we live/work. They couldn't be counted on to and move the economy forward. In fact, other countries were becoming the technology hotspots, generating the ideas and the products.

Content Insider #142 - Internet TV Cable vs. Internet - The Battle for Eyeballs Gets Serious

Kids don't watch much TV with us anymore. They use their Roku units. They log onto their favorite shows. They YouTube oldies but goodies. They watch shows from Spain, France and Mexico (one is studying French, the other Spanish). They're watching how-to YouTube segments. They watch the stuff on their smartphones and their notebooks...not the TV. That's got Tellywood worried because they don't control that much anymore. True ...the only person you hate worse than the phone person is the cable guy! How will our content life change?

Direct Marketing Gets You Noticed

In today's cluttered marketing environment, it can be difficult to effectively deliver your message. By using door hangers as a direct marketing tool, you can differentiate your brand and reach your customer successfully.

Free Agency… Changing the Employer/Employee Relationship

The factory dominated the 19th Century. Everything evolved around it. People spent their lives working for the man. Today less than 15% of the U.S. employees work in production or manufacturing. The 20th Century was dominated by the office. According to the department of labor by the end of last year at least 44% of the employees were gathering, processing, retrieving and analyzing information...in the office.

HDTV Antenna Guide

This primer will help you to choose the correct HDTV Antenna for your particular situation, along with installation tips. Just remember that every situation is different, so there's not a single antenna that will work for everyone, as many variables are involved. Do your homework and research which antenna will work best for your particular situation. Once you have your antenna properly installed and are receiving free over-the-air high-definition television broadcasts, you will feel that it was worth all the time an energy you invested.

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Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!