Addonics Announces WiFi Drive Adapter For Wireless Sharing of USB Drives or Use as a Wireless Hot

Addonics Technologies today announced its WiFi Drive Adapter -- a network device for wireless sharing of USB drives or micro SD cards or use as a wireless hot spot for connecting wireless devices to the internet. The MSRP of the WiFi Drive Adapter is $ 49.95.

Esensors to Develop a Wireless AC Power Meter for Energy Monitoring and Screen Time Tracking: A Crowdfunding Project

Esensors is developing a Bluetooth enabled AC meter which slips over existing plugs and continuously logs the load energy usage. It is ideal for checking energy consumption of devices in the home or office by smart phone and also for monitoring usage patterns of TV, video games and computers.

Amped Wireless Keeps the Beat Flowing with Long Range Wireless Audio Streaming to Any Speaker from Any Bluetooth Device

Introducing the BTSA1, the first high power, Bluetooth speaker adapter with two times the range of traditional speaker adapters and Rhapsody's unlimited music streaming services for two months.

Primeview Unveils an Economical Narrow Bezel LCD Display for Fast-Growing Video Wall Market

Aimed at the growing number of budget-conscious end users who want to create dynamic video walls.

2014 CES Delivers Enhanced Digital Experience with Website and Mobile App

Customized content and mobile first approach are focus

The Monitor Audio Airstream S300 promises all the music, anywhere!

Stylish Apple AirPlay™ enabled audio system renders great sound from PC, smartphone or tablet, in the home and beyond...

CEA Encourages Consumers to Discover the Latest in Auto Connectivity, Audio and Safety with CarTech Demo Days this Weekend

Demo Days will focus on products that deliver better safety, security, sound and connectivity in the car.

Philips hue extends the possibilities to personalize light at home

GU10 spot light and BR30 downlight bulbs are available in Apple stores from November 5th

Cabletronix Announces the New CT-HDBASET-330 HDBaseT HDMI Extender Plus Over CAT5E Cable

Easy to install system, allows for transmission distances over twisted pair up to 330 feet

Blonder Tongue Video Encoder Enables Affordable HD Video Delivery For Many Applications

New MPEG-2 HD Encoding Solution is Now Shipping; HDE-8C-QAM Offers Industry-Leading Price/Performance Ratio, Reliability, and Ease of Use

Parks Associates: Game Consoles and Tablets Competing Neck-and-Neck for Holiday Shopping Dollars

Parks Associates: Game Consoles and Tablets Competing Neck-and-Neck for Holiday Shopping Dollars

Apple Patents Home Automation Technology That Adjusts Settings Based On Device Location

Apple has just been granted a new patent (via AppleInsider) which describes a very comprehensive system for controlling connected home devices. The elaborate setup would make it possible for Apple to use location data fed from things like your iPhone and iPad, as well as use of credit cards or RFID badges to inform automated systems of a user’s whereabouts, and do things like turn on or off power, climate control, lights and more.

The system described works very much like geo-fencing does currently with Apple’s own native Reminders app on iOS: Once a user exits or enters a pre-determined location, other actions are triggered. Instead of simply alerting someone of something they wanted to remember, however, the system described can essentially turn an entire household or office off and on, and prepare it for comfortable human occupancy.

It’s a little more complex than simple geo-fencing, however. The patent describes an information-gathering system that would be able to incorporate not only where a user is and where they’re going, but also what activities they’re engaging in along the way. This would make their location predictions more accurate, since they could include estimates about when exactly someone will arrive. The location data is either polled at regular intervals from devices like iPhones, gathered from fixed remote devices like keycard receivers, or when trigger events communicate with software on iOS or Mac devices, such as when they connect to a specific cell tower.


ENR-G program gives cost and warranty advantage to Education, Non-Profit, Church and Government/Military Sales

Added sales incentives are also available as part of the ENR-G discount program for resellers, distributors and integrators.

Almo Professional A/V Announces Final 2013 E4 Event in Metro New York on Nov. 13

Educational Courses Added; New Products Shown; Keynote Address and Tech Panel Available Live Via Webstream

Autonomic Appoints Independent Sales Rep for Northern California and Northern Nevada

Novidor & Firestone to cover Northern California and Northern Nevada

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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!