Equal access should be available to anyone/everyone who wants it but that doesn't mean everyone "deserves" a pipd big enough for him/her to watch TV, download Web videos or do video on demand with your "device." Some cultures remember government police actions and somehow they went astray and the powers were abused. There are rules, there is commonsense and there is a strong degree of group policing on the Net that is done by the group and the common good.
As someone said be careful for what you wish for because you just might get it.
"Can't push him too hard; he might break. You gotta' remember who you're dealing with." - Steve McCroskey, Airplane (1980), Paramount
Trying to figure out what tech trend (necessity) to buy is one of the biggest challenges people face today.
Holidays are nerve wracking for you, us, everyone. You want to buy just the right...thing. You don't want to spend too much or too little. You want it to be something the recipient will want, will use, will keep, won't go out of style tomorrow. With the speed of change in the industry that's a tough order.
Even worse when you're buying something for your business or yourself. Admit it...look in your store room. Peek in the garage. Yesterday's great solutions, great answers are lying around and you wonder how you could have missed the signs. Our recommendations aren't bulletproof but maybe some of the information will help you think twice and avoid investing in another deadend revolutionary product/solution. But 20+ years in the industry working with industry leaders will give us a huge edge.
Augmented Reality is simply the real world we live in only more. It's there naturally when you watch a sporting event. You call it up when you use your smartphone to get a recommendation or learn more about the place you're going to visit. True it's not real real but it is a lot more helpful, more useful than existing in a virtual world. Every day more AR work is being done to help you make the right decisions. It's reality but with a little...augmentation.
"I can't afford to have an independent programmer monitoring me. Do you have any idea how many outside systems I've gone into?" - Master Control Program, Tron (1982), Walt Disney
With all the tablets and apps being shown at CES it was tough to believe that Apple wasn't at the show. Oh they were at the show they just weren't at the show!
Hard to believe that a year plus ago there wasn't a tablet product category and at CES there were 80+ devices being shown. So will they take over the world as some forecast?
If so who will be the winners, survivors, hangers on?
With our cold, steely logic and raw guts/perception we'll give you our outlook right here...
"We must get beyond passions, like a great work of art. In such miraculous harmony. We should love each other outside of time... detached." - Steiner, La Dolce Vita (1960), Riama Films
We swore 3D TV would be here after last year's CES ...BIG!!!
Even after 30 years of working in the PC/CE/communications space we were blinded by the light. We knew better but it just felt so right. Why isn't it here yet? The infrastructure isn't in place. Education, comprehension, appreciation, love takes time. But we're getting closer. 2011 will deliver significant improvements, gains for home, mobile viewing. .
When will the 3D stars be in alignment so it will be an accepted fact? Soon...very soon.
"… Politicians from around the world will see it. Of course, they'll want to use it as a weapon. As a scientist - no, as a human being - I can't allow that to happen!" - Dr. Seizawa, Godzilla (1954), Toho Films
With 20 years in the Consumer Electronics space, David pioneered wireless LAN for home use in partnership with Linksys, rotating storage for portable electronics at Cornice, and is most recently a founder and chief marketing officer of BOCS Inc, the manufacturer of a new whole home A/V distribution system for retrofit applications
With a newborn baby on the way, I decided it would be a great time to test out one of these video baby monitors. While this may not be the typical product for discussion on HomeToys.com, I think the technology and application is completely relevant. If you think about it, a Video baby monitor may be a young couple's first introduction into the world of Home Automation and Home Security. So a positive experience with this simple device could open the doors for the masses into the Home Technology world, which is what HomeToys has always been about.
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