"Consumers' appetite for purchasing technology products during the start of the holiday shopping season hit new highs this Thanksgiving weekend"
SV 2015 Registration open until December 26, 2014
SupplyStream, the web-based platform that aggregates industry products and suppliers into a single website for dealers, has officially launched the paid version of its dealer purchasing platform after nearly two years of quiet development and a full year of Beta testing.
Wide Range of High-Performance Solutions for Simulation Market, Including Entry-Level Laser Phosphor Systems, at Booth #2248
Moving forward, data will be an increasingly precious commodity, leveraged by innovative companies to provide personalized services to consumers.
Here are some of the more popular and interesting articles and developments from the past year.
Home automation technology doesn't only save business owners time and money. It also helps boost their reputation as tech savvy, environmentally friendly organizations.
Home-automation supplier Insteon is out to grab market share with the launch of a new flagship hub with an introductory price of only $39, compared with its predecessor’s $129. It’s promoted as the lowest-priced hub on the market. It’s also free with select kits that include home-automation devices, such as light switches and smart plugs. The company didn’t say how long the introductory price would last. Despite the lower price, the new hub adds such key enhancements as a 50 percent increase in wireless range, field upgradability, easier setup and a status screen that displays live updates of connected-device status. The hub is also smaller than its predecessor. The company didn’t specify a range. “We’ve demolished barriers in order to reach the broadest customer demographic,” said CEO Joe Dada. Insteon’s hub connects to more than 200 Insteon-brand devices, including lamp dimmers, thermostats and LED bulbs. The products use dual-band wireless RF and powerline technology for redundancy to ensure control signals reach all connected devices in a home. Products are monitored and controlled from iOS, Android and Windows smartphone and tablet apps and from computers.
Plug-in towel warmers now paired with Belkin's Wi-Fi WeMo Switch for remote operation
The first ever Certified Technical Specialist-Installation CTS-I Prep three-day course to be held in the UK runs from 2-4 December 2014 at Holiday Inn Hemel, Hemel Hempsted, Hertfordshire, UK.
A wide range of presenters will provide education content that is relevant to ISE's growing audience, while remaining true to the association's values by being non-biased and objective.
Wharfedale, Britain's most famous speaker brand, brings more than 80 years of UK design expertise to American listeners.
For listeners seeking the very best, there is no more rewarding gift than hearing music in the home in all its depth, richness and emotional involvement.
Orange and MiOS, Ltd. have launched the Homelive Smart Home Solution in all Orange retail stores throughout France.
The award will be presented on January 8, 2015 at the 66th Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, during the 2015 International CES conference.
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