- Hi-Def 70-inch touch display eases educating; expels the "I can't see the board" defense -
New Keynote Focuses on Smart Building Technologies; New Courses Worth InfoComm CTS RUs; Industry Veteran Tom Stimson Joins Tour
X1 Line of Transmitters and Receivers Deliver Combined the Analog and Digital Performance of a Wired Solution with the Convenience and Flexibility of Wireless Streaming
Russound gets ready to rock with new marketing campaign in support of their XStream Wireless Audio products
WESTONE ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF NEWEST ELITE SERIES, THE ULTIMATE CUSTOM-FIT-IN-EAR MONITOR FOR THE MUSIC PROFESSIONAL AND AUDIOPHILE
These USB cables are a metric addition to L-com's popular UPMA5 & UPMB5 cable series
CHRISTIE DELIVERS HIGHER BRIGHTNESS 1-CHIP DLP SUPERIORITY AND VALUE WITH UPGRADED CHRISTIE G SERIES AND NEW CHRISTIE Q SERIES
Industry Leader Raises Benchmark for Brighter and Better 1-Chip DLP Solutions
At ISE Amsterdam CommandFusion will announce the upcoming release of the "Solo", an all in one networkable controller. Designed for the home automation and commercial market spaces, the Solo provides all the control ports required for a networked, single room or small installation.
Take a look at this chart. It shows Google's search trends for the term "internet of things", aka "IoT". That blip at the end lines up with CES -- the tipping point where suddenly talking about "IoT" became immensely fashionable. CES may have started the flywheel spinning, but it was Google's acquisition of Nest that built up sufficient momentum such that the whole IoT thing may not stop for years. But there's a problem with IoT, and it's ably summed up by internet satirists Joy of Tech : Joy of Tech's riff keys into some online chatter that happened after Google's announcement about trust and privacy. In essence, whilst people were generally cool with trusting Nest's founders with private data about their home, they were not generally cool with trusting Google. In this scenario, can you think of anyone who would be generally trusted? Microsoft? Apple? Facebook? They all have their own agenda when it comes to personal data. Really, they have the same agenda, namely that in order to realise their enormous investment in technology, they somehow have to turn you into some kind of asset . Cont'd.
Demo Will Prelude Upcoming Integration of Revolabs Executive Elite Microphones & the Biamp Tesira DSP System Using AVB Connectivity
Internal PC Uses Open Pluggable Specification Option Slot for Crisp Content Playback
NAB Show Disruptive Media Conference on Wednesday, April 9 in Las Vegas
The W7R offers improved range, data throughput and reliability along with greater configuration options compared to conventional designs.
Leader in Smart Home Products Expands Beyond High-End to the Mass Market Founder Robert Madonna Will Remain Chairman
From a multi-display personal sports bar to a fully outfitted RV, Control4® automation solutions deliver simple control for the ultimate viewing experience
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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!