If you have AirPlay or any other kind of wireless home network audio setup, you’ll no doubt be aware there’s a delay. You click play, there’s a few seconds of silence, and then the music starts. This is ordinarily fine, because we don’t usually need things to be real-time, but that’s not the case when you’re trying to broadcast live music within a home or building, or when you’re trying to watch a movie and the audio isn’t syncing correctly. New Kickstarter project Brick & Bullet wants to offer no-latency audio streaming to consumers, using the Ethernet AVB standard and its new hardware to provide instant playback. The project is the creation of John Gildred, founder of AVB.io, and it’s making its debut at SF’s Maker Faire this weekend. Brick & Bullet compares to a traditional AirPlay setup using an Airport Express router. It’s a much better system, and one that could solve a lot of the annoying issues that come up when you try to extend AirPlay beyond its intended purposes using aftermarket software like Airfoil. OS X has support for AVB out of the box, too, so it works instantly with Mac computers running Mavericks.
Enables consumer electronics devices to communicate how much energy they use to consumers' computers, mobile devices running smart-energy apps and third-party energy management services.
Targeted at educating local Texas home and business owners about their technology options, area custom integrator launches refreshed web design and SEO-driven content
Low-cost Windows Pro Tablet Connects with Classroom InFocus Mondopad and Digital Projectors
Both models offer powerful sound and easy connectivity in a sleek design.
New D-Tools website provides an enhanced, new Data Library that delivers in-depth analytical detail that benefits both users and manufacturers
Invenshare dealers will now benefit from a single website to research products and manage purchasing
ShowHouse Magazine had a chat with the MD of Amina Technologies about the Invisible Loudspeakers and technology in homes, here is what he had to say.
smanos, a trendsetting innovator and dynamic developer of wireless DIY security and smart home systems, is proudly bringing its brand new portfolio to Computex in Taipei next month. The complete smanos smart home portfolio is available on Booth A0713a at the Taipei WTC (Hall 1) from June 3rd to 7th.
CEA shares four tips on how to turn any house into a smart home during Home Improvement Month
INSTEON introducing smart home control and monitoring app for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1; INSTEON® products also coming to Microsoft Stores and MicrosoftStore.com
WSO2 CTO to Present Session on Security Challenges Facing Internet of Things at O'Reilly Solid Conference 2014
Technical session will explore common security weaknesses in IoT devices, specific attacks against things, why they matter, and what can be done about them.
Speaker brand Fluance has introduced a new Risk Free 30 Day in Home Trial for all products sold through Fluance.com. The brand sells home audio speaker systems direct from its website http://www.Fluance.com and has become a known name for over delivering on value and sound performance.
Savant Systems honor Xssentials with Chairman's Award for best customer service and support of the Savant brand.
Bluegiga Technologies, a leading provider of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity modules, today announced its new BLE121LR extended range Bluetooth Smart Module.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.