An Uncertain Future for Quantum Computing?

Quantum computing is here to shake the existing mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Modern electronics in particular will not be the same if quantum computing gains acceptance. There're voices of support as well as dissent. In this post, we'll analyze future trends in quantum computing. Keep reading!

Content is Definitely King since Google Changed Search Algorithms

The bottom line is that Google has reduced the importance of links to a site and has promoted the importance of the site's content.

Home Theater Furniture and Mounts by Sanus

As TVs continue to get bigger, and wall-mounting easier, the trend seems to be heading towards wall-mounting. However, with the combinations of AV furniture and mounts that we offer, a consumer could have their TV wall-mounted, but utilize a Cadenza or Trillium piece of furniture to store AV gear beneath.

Beyond The Cable: 4K Sets the Stage for Tomorrow's Entertainment Opportunities

With cable companies losing their grip on the TV set viewing public and the growing use of streaming media solutions for 4K UHD TV sets and content owners the blowback has all but disappeared.

Google Bought Nest to Catch Up in the Contextual O/S Race

The fledgling home automation market is only a qualifying event for Google vs. Apple.

Keep Those Components Cool!

Here are a few short white papers to help you avoid problems with overheating components in your home theater installations.

The iDock by iRoom

Whether it's App driven or Big Control, the majority of our customers are controlling automation systems in homes, offices and retail spaces.

The Importance of Field Based Cable Length Measurement for Cable Installers

Quick, accurate determination of cable length and line continuity testing using hand-held cable length instruments brings value to the cable installer, the contractor, and the customer during installation, trouble-shooting and routine maintenance cabling jobs.

New Product Focus

We are often asked to publish more stories about new products so here are a few that came across my desk over the last few weeks.

The HomeToys CES 2014 Tradeshow Report

For well over a decade HomeToys.com has been covering CES and sifting through all the news pages and product announcements to bring you a neatly compiled list of some of the new and interesting products we think are important to the Home Technology and AV Systems industry.

The Digital Signage Industry and Expo 2014

This year's exhibit floor will have 40 new companies and 38 companies from outside the USA showcasing solutions (some of them for the first time).

The CES of Everything: Weathering the Battle for Eyeballs, Mindshare, Heart

Buckets Full - Filling every nook and cranny to overflowing, companies large and small helped draw more than 150,000 people to Vegas for the annual "hope to gawd you like me" CES event.

The Xbox One Currently Does Not Support HDMI CEC

There was a lot of chatter on the industry blogs and podcasts right before Microsoft released the Xbox One regarding the support, or lack thereof, for HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (CEC).

It's a Wrap!

The 2014 CES show was attended by 155,000 visitors, who spent $195 million to get a glimpse of what consumers can expect to see on the market.

Rise, Fall: Designing, Picking the Next Winner is No Easy Task

It's true that with many of the companies and products, much of the problem can be laid at the feet of management. They become overconfident that whatever they offer, consumers will snap them up.

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