Wireless Controllers and Roaming: What You Need to Know

Your customers need stable, secure and useable Wi-Fi, and they need it in increasingly larger spaces and under more challenging conditions. Determining the best wireless solutions will require a little homework on top of considering customer requirements and budgets.

Home Control Software Interview - Charmed Quark

CQC is a software based product, so it can control almost any type of device, given the broad range of communications media supported by modern computer operating systems. Typically they are serial, TCP/IP/UDP, IR, or USB, but almost anything is controllable given the ability to access the device from Windows.

Home Control Software Interview - The Home Control Assistant (HCA)

HCA has several protocols built-in: UPB, Insteon, Zwave (limited support), Wireless via WGL whole home wireless systems, IR via Global Cache IR controllers, X10, Next thermostats, a connector to the Wink world, weather data from many sources.

Maybe Too Big: Changing the Way Businesses, Consumers Connect

There is a fine line between firm's providing greater convenience to the consumer and the individual's right to privacy.

Apple TRIM Support Only Aids SSD that Needs a Crutch

TRIM enablement can aid the performance of some third-party SSD units in a system. However, as we work with larger and larger files and come to depend on external storage whether it's USB or Firewire attached or high-capacity RAID solutions it becomes even more important to choose SSD that doesn't depend on TRIM.

Electrician of the Year Contest

The grand prize winner will receive a 2015 Ford F-150 XLT Crew Cab customized by off-road specialists Addictive Desert Designs in Mesa, Arizona.

To Bluetooth or Not? The Pros and Cons of Bluetooth Connectivity

How does Bluetooth work, and should it be considered for serious critical listening?

Christie Lights Spectacular Projection Mapping Display in Singapore

More than 120 Christie projectors comprising the Boxer 4K30 and Roadster HD20K-J displayed rich and colorful multimedia content, including 3D effects, that enhanced the scale and grandeur of the celebrations befitting of Singapore's Golden Jubilee, also known as SG50.

Smart Home Interview - Kwikset Electronic Lock

Homeowners using this technology can lock their door from their cell phone, or receive a text message when their child arrives home from school.

No Status Quo: Innovation Comes in Large, Small Increments

The key is to learn and grow with each failure; or as Edison said, "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work."

Remote Managed Network Services for Integrators

Based on results from Ihiji dealers, those with remote managed services offering have reduced the number of truck rolls to client sites to resolve network-related issues by more than 50%.

5 Tips To Ease The Pain Of Buying A New Television In 2015

The Internet is full of amazing resources to help guide buyers to the best television within a specified budget. Your best bet is to arm yourself with research before heading to the store.

TV Anywhere: OTT, 4K Content Driving Infrastructure, Viewing Changes

The broadband provider that doesn't invest in, offer, deliver ultra high-speed and reliable service will lose customers and marketshare BAM!!

Kickstarter Projects August 2015

MOVE-motorize blinds and shades, NodeIT: The worlds smallest and extendable IoT system, Sideclick: Streamline Your Streaming Experience

Will China Win the Race to a Smarter Home?

The companies that will lead in this technology are those that develop an entire ecosystem of user experiences, enabling the convergence of an entire array of smart home devices. Chinese electronics companies have built an incredible production advantage over the U.S. because of their engineering, manufacturing and large scale production methods.

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