Christie Takes Simulation Display Solutions on the Road to Orlando April 30 and May 1

Christie Introduces World's First DLP® Simulation Projection System with LED Illumination

Young viewers are key segment to target for the OTT video market

New Industry Report Examines Current Trends in Video Content Licensing Ecosystem

Kramer's Newest Scaler/Switchers Have Built-In Mass Notification & Emergency Communication System

Educational and/or Corporate Campus-Wide Emergency Alert Capability

Home Technology Specialists of America Invites Invenshare Creator to Host Personalized Member Training

Invenshare creator, Josh Willits to host second training for HTSA Members, highlighting best practices for utilizing the unique member tool

Bluetooth® Innovation Series is 'Can't Miss' Training on Wireless Connectivity for the Internet of Things

Bluetooth SIG brings together industry experts and developers for hands-on training to tap the potential of wireless for wearables, beacons, applications and accessories

Home Automation Tops Residential Tech Trends

From smartphones to smart watches to smart cars, technology is transforming nearly every aspect of our lives, streamlining daily routines and providing quick, easy access to the capabilities and content we want most. Not only are new technologies providing convenience on-the-go, but they are becoming accessible and affordable in homes under $400k.

Consumer Sentiment Toward Overall Economy, Tech Spending Slide in April, According to CEA's Monthly Indexes

The CEA Indexes comprise the ICE and ICTE, both of which are updated on a monthly basis through consumer surveys.

Christie Takes Simulation Display Solutions on the Road to Orlando April 30 and May 1

Attendees will see demonstrations of solutions that optimize dynamic image quality, maximize uptime and work efficiently within a narrow budget.

PS Audio's DirectStream DAC Debuts at Axpona/Chicago

Revolutionary all-DSD DAC can be auditioned in Room 434 of the Westin O'Hare, Friday 4/25-Sunday 4/27/2014

Hillcrest Labs Selected by Lenovo to Bring Motion, Gesture and Cursor Control to Smart TVs

- Hillcrest's Freespace(R) MotionEngine(TM) to Power Lenovo's Android(TM) Smart TVs -

LynTec to Highlight Industry-Leading Power Control & Distribution Systems at PLASA Focus: Baltimore

LynTec, a leading manufacturer of customized electrical power control for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, will highlight its award-winning Remote Power Control Mobile (RPCM) power distribution panel at PLASA Focus: Baltimore 2014, taking place May 8-9.

Home Audio - This Trick To Improving Home Audio Involves Zero Electronics

Our ongoing investigation into how home audio is changing in 2014 has unearthed a surprising nugget of sonic wisdom, for those of us who are trying to take home audio just a little more seriously. Now that legitimate digital music services sound so good, fans no longer have to put up with dodgily-encoded MP3s from Napster and the like — and so it’s worth it, for many of us, to give our music the sonic respect it deserves, whether we want to spring for new player hardware or not.

The single most important thing you can do to improve your sound is to improve the physical mechanics of its reproduction — mainly, your headphones or speakers. It’s always worth paying more for either of these than you think you really should, because nothing else can make your tunes sound better (i.e. stirring, soul-restoring, inspirational, mind-blowing, empathetic, mournful, joyful, and everything else it can make us feel) than making the conversion of ones and zeros into vibrating air as clean as possible.

We asked renowned audiophile and author of The Audio Expert Ethan Winer for some advice to share with our readers on the best thing they can do to improve their audio quality in the home. According to him, the answer has nothing to do with electronics:

“The single best way to improve audio clarity is to add some acoustic treatment to the room,” said Winer. “Even one 2×4 foot acoustic absorber panel placed at the key place on each side wall will improve the clarity of music enormously. Most ‘average’ people have no idea about this, and most probably wouldn’t consider adding panels in their living room or bedroom anyway. But it’s the correct answer. Serious audiophiles and home theater owners do understand the importance of room acoustics, and some have extensive treatment.” Full Article:

Kanex Pro Joins HDBaseT™ Alliance

KanexPro has joined the HDBaseT Alliance as an adopter member to promote HDBaseT matrix and Extender line of products.

TP-LINK N600 Entertainment Adapter Connects Wired Ethernet Devices to Your Wireless Home Network

TP-LINK's N600 Universal Wireless Dual Band Entertainment Adapter (TL-WA890EA)connects any Ethernet-enabled device to your wireless home network. With N600 dual band wireless speeds and four LAN ports you get ample bandwidth for smooth HD video and music streaming and online gaming.

iBridge™ Connected Home Providing The House Of Tomorrow - Today

The concept behind the technology is known as "The Internet of Things" (IoT) in which everyday objects are outfitted with sensors and connected to the web.

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Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!