Preview of new 84-inch Christie QuadHD84P Flat Panel for Portrait and Landscape Digital Signage Content Applications
Verizon has stopped accepting orders for its Home Monitoring and Control product, and will only allow FiOS customers who already subscribe to the $9.99 monthly service to continue using it, a spokesman said Monday. Verizon introduced Home Monitoring and Control, which lets FiOS subscribers control security cameras, lighting, door locks and thermostats with their FiOS TV remotes, and through a mobile application and website, in 2011. It stopped accepting new orders in October, spokesman John Columbus told FierceCable. Rival AT&T launched a wireless-based home automation service last year called AT&T Digital Life, and Comcast and Time Warner Cable market their respective Xfinity Home and IntelligentHome products to broadband subscribers. Verizon officials suggested that the telco may introduce a new home automation product, but wouldn't say if the company is considering adopting a wireless-based approach similar to AT&T Digital Life. "We are revisiting the service to more accurately reflect our vision for the connected home. As technology and consumer expectations evolve so must our offerings," Columbus said.
Now Shipping, the Made in the USA TAT-4K Offers the Same Innovative Technology as Severtson's Acclaimed SAT-4K Screens, but Now Can be Used in Home Theater and Commercial Settings with Incoming Ambient Light; Meets or Exceeds All Industry Standards for Optimum Acoustic Performance
Digital Signage Expo exhibit will emphasize how signage operators can achieve affordable yet dynamic networks across large-scale deployments
Chuango Security Technology, a trend-setting innovator and developer of wireless DIY security and smart home systems, is pleased to announce its participation in 2014 GSMA Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona from Feb 24 to 27, with its partner SIMCom at Booth 6M-57 (Hall 6) at Fira Gran Via.
The EREN Series Comes Complete with Integrated Cooling Fans and Lockable, Removable Side Panels, Allowing for Organization of Multiple Electronic Components While Providing Essential Thermal Management, as Well as Protecting Them from Damage and Theft
Two former Google employees on Thursday announced Beep, an audio device designed to make it simple for users to stream music throughout their home speakers. Beep is a small copper device that connects to users Wi-Fi networks to play music from streaming services such as Pandora. The device is designed to make it easy for users to listen to music from the Internet without having to leave their smartphones hooked up to their speakers. The device was created by a team of 10 led by Daniel Conrad and Shawn Lewis, both of whom trace their roots back to Google. The duo began working on Beep a year and a half ago. “There’s no good way today to play the Pandoras and Spotifys of the world on your home speakers,” Conrad told The Times. “You’ve got it on your phone, you’ve got it on your laptop, but you don’t have it on your home speakers.” Conrad and Lewis said setting up a Beep device takes only a matter of minutes. Users connect the gadget to their speakers using an auxiliary or optical cable. They then download a mobile app to set up the device and connect it to the Internet. Once that’s done, users can begin playing music. The device connects directly to the Internet on its own, but users control it with an app on their Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.
Home automation retailer relies on 360pi for competitive price intelligence.
UniKey views convenience and elegance as key elements in the Internet of Things race.
Available in five exclusive formulations to start, TecVision features white surfaces with gains ranging from 1.3 to 1.9 over remarkably wide viewing cones, and grey surfaces with excellent performance under higher room light levels.
IC Realtime Launches Entirely New Brand (ClearView CCTV) of Cost-Effective IP and Analog Cameras, Recorders and Accessories for Mid-Level Residential and Light Commercial Markets
"ClearView CCTV offers integrators a complete line of IP and analog surveillance products at a value price, with all the features and quality they expect from much more expensive products"
Industry Experts and Market Analysts Point to Compelling Applications and Growing Customer Interest
The new 4010 delivers a big sound in a small package thanks to the class D amplifiers and proprietary drivers.
With the increasing popularity of its 45° angled USB and HDMI cables, L-com now offers a D-Sub version for those customers whose application may require it.
Online training program for TesiraFORTÉ puts certification and advanced learning tools at partners' fingertips
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