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Homebuilders Look Beyond Granite Countertops to Deliver the Desirable Connected Home as Standard
Stunning design and intuitive navigation takes handheld control to luxurious new level
Holiday Season Tech Spending to Reach Record Levels, According to CEA's 21st Annual Holiday Forecast
Annual forecast reveals consumers' top holiday tech wish list; increases in online shopping
Broadcom selects Smartenit, a leading home/building automation and Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem provider, to enable Wi-Fi, ZigBee and INSTEON home automation in new home gateway system-on-chip (SoC) platform.
Christie technology takes classroom visualization to a higher level
"Internet of things" standards groups are rallying the troops for efforts to make thermostats, door locks, sensors and other connected devices find each other and share information. On Thursday, the Open Interconnect Consortium announced it has gained 27 new members, including Cisco Systems, Acer, chip maker Mediatek and home IoT hub maker SmartThings, since the group was founded in July. The group's founding members include Intel, Samsung Electronics and Dell. The OIC also named the people on its board of directors, which will be led by Jong-Deok Choi, the deputy head of Samsung's Software R&D Center. The group says its mission is to ensure that devices such as wearables, remote controls, appliances and handsets can easily communicate and exchange information regardless of operating system, form factor or service provider. Member companies will contribute open-source code to build up the technology to make this possible, the group says. It plans to initially develop standards for discovery, connectivity and device authentication. But the OIC isn't the only organization pushing for a common approach in this area. On Tuesday, the Thread Group, backed by Google's Nest Labs business as well as ARM Holdings and other founding companies, opened up its membership and laid out plans to certify Thread products starting next June. Connectivity is also a focal point for Thread, which is developing a networking software stack.
Award-Winning Series Provides Flexibility, Design, and Exceptional Audio for Enterprise Environments
Monitors poised to set the benchmark in stylish design and professional functionality
'Future of TV' from LG Goes on Sale Today
Shipments of Smart Thermostats Are Expected to Reach Nearly 20 Million by 2023, According to Navigant Research
Devices and software appeal to a variety of customer segments, not just consumers, report concludes
New MEMS-Based Si50122 Clock Generator Leverages CMEMS® Technology to Reduce the Size, Cost and Complexity of PCIe System Designs
Report highlights Big Data; IoT, robots and drones; digital health and the quantified self; immersive entertainment and innovative business models
New model ideal for single users, needing access to HD HDMI video/audio source input and AC power sources
"This year's honorees have all made tremendous contributions to the CEA standards program"
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