14th Anniversary Conference Theme: Storage With Intense Network Growth (SWING)
CommandFusion appoint Audiopro as exclusive distributor of their automation and control hardware range covering the regions of The Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Low PIM Cable Assemblies Utilizing a Formable Semi-Rigid Coax Debuted by Pasternack Enterprises
The Versatile and Reliable New 9-Inch Ergo Crimp Tool Makes Crimping Even Easier and More Comfortable; the "Straight Plate" Lower Jaw Assembly Eliminates Critical Structural Stress Points, so it Won't Break Under Heavy Stress and Will Last for Years to Come
Cortana, Microsoft’s vocal virtual assistant, is gaining the ability to control smart-home products like lights and thermostats.
Home-automation company Insteon, based in Irvine, California, is working on a Windows Phone 8.1 app slated for release later this year that aims to make it easier to do things such as turn on the lights or boost the temperature by issuing commands via Cortana like, “Insteon, turn off all the lights” or “Insteon, adjust living room thermostat temperature down.”
Cortana, which was announced in April and is built into Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 (which began rolling out to Windows Phone 8 users on Tuesday), can answer spoken queries like “What’s the traffic like on my way to work?” and respond to commands like “Change my 10 a.m. meeting to 11” or “Remind me to feed the cat when I get home” (see “Say Hello to Microsoft’s Answer to Siri”).
In many respects, it’s very similar to Google Now and Apple’s Siri, but unlike these competitors, Microsoft is allowing third-party developers to create apps that can be controlled using Cortana—a move that could inspire app developers to dream up new uses for the voice interface.
smanos, a trendsetting innovator and dynamic developer of wireless smart home and DIY security systems, is pleased to announce the recognition by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Gated Publications - Luxury Beyond the Gates for its product design and innovation.
Chuango Security Technology Corp., an innovative developer of wireless home automation and DIY security systems, is pleased to announce the participation in IFA Berlin from Sept. 5th to 10th by the name of its own brand, smanos, on Booth 214 in Hall 15.1 at Messe Berlin.
TrueConf, a leading developer of video conferencing systems in Eastern Europe, recently demonstrated its solutions at North America's largest AV exhibition, InfoComm 2014, where they were the only CIS video conferencing vendor and one of the two Russian companies present.
Dale Miller to head Global Sales, aided by Zoran Veselic, Jeff Klaas, Simon Smith and Lin Yu; Craig Sholder heads Business Development
Sound Solutions Opens New Las Vegas Warehouse and Distribution Center
Sandbox: a Disruptive, Super-Smart, Complete Security System That Sets a New Standard of Affordability
Comprehensive security and surveillance system packs sensors, alerting & notification, video and audio analytics, high def cameras, all-wireless and powerful computing capabilities. Has the ability to notify first responders quickly while also coordinating their efforts.
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"Unlicensed spectrum is the fuel that powers innovation."
This tour makes 31 stops across the entire continental United States during the three-month span.
New MX852UST and Award-Winning MW853UST Combine Flexible Installation, Interactive Software, and Colorificâ„¢ Image Quality
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