Capitol Region's leading home technology specialist hosts long-time customers, vendors and friends to reflect on three decades of high-end A/V and home entertainment excellence
New Europe IoT research finds 55% of U.K. broadband households have a set-top box versus 20% in Germany
Parks Associates announces new research on consumer demand for Apple and Android tablet features
South Korea's Lotte Cinema World Tower upgrades with Christie digital cinema solutions
dinCloud Enhances Security With Addition of IT Security Veteran
The Thread Group announced that it has opened membership and will begin accepting applications from companies interested in using the Thread protocol in their products. The Thread Group was established in July by seven companies including Nest Labs, Samsung Electronics, Big Ass Fans, Yale Security, Silicon Labs, Freescale® Semiconductor, and ARM, to develop Thread, a new IP-based wireless mesh networking protocol designed specifically for the home. “Thread enables products in the home to securely communicate with one another in ways that were not possible before,” said Chris Boross, president, the Thread Group, and technical product manager, Nest Labs. “Thousands of companies have already expressed interest in Thread, and we look forward to seeing how they will use Thread technology to build the next generation of the connected home.” The organization said Thread was designed to overcome the technical roadblocks that have prevented widespread adoption of the connected home. Thread enables product developers and consumers to easily and securely connect more than 250 devices to a low-power, IP-based wireless mesh network that also includes direct Internet and cloud access for every device.
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Motorized drapery systems no longer need an unattractive track, unsightly wires and motor boxes. QMotion Advanced Shading Systems recently introduced the industry's first-and only-trackless motorized drapery rod.
Millions of people around the world are interested in controlling their Smart Homes with a smartphone or tablet device over the Internet, but don't know where to start.
Tuning your 5.1/7.1 home theater system just got easier thanks to the nanoAVR-DL room correction processor.
New Wink Connected Home Smart Hub Allows Users to Conveniently Control All Devices from One App
Cain will oversee and manage the Customer Support, Technical Support, Inside Sales, Residential Support and Design Services departments.
LILIN Product Library now available to D-Tools MVP Members
Director of Research presents new 4K research at TV Xperience World 2014
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