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Trends in CE and Smart Home for 2014: Parks Associates Analysts Highlight Industry Trends in Webcast
International research firm Parks Associates, host of the annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES, will provide an update on the connected home market and analyze the key trends and upcoming announcements ahead of 2014 International CES in the webcast "Content, Connected CE, and the Smart Home" on Thursda
Arena's production team credits durability, ease of use, and archiving capabilities as key features of instant replay system
In a world with a glut of options for data transmission, this guide will help you pick the best format to fill your home music, sans speaker wire or vacuum tubes. For all but the purist vinyl-owning audiophiles, speakers have become wireless extensions of our phones, tablets, and laptops. A few swipes of a glowing screen are typically all you need to link your music library to a speaker. Right now, playing music loudly is cheaper and simpler than ever, but it takes some know-how to identify the best way to spend those hundreds of dollars. There are several options for wireless formats, and, unfortunately, committing to one generally means eschewing the others. We have witnessed format battles before such as Blu-ray vs. HD DVD or VHS vs. Betamax, in which one emerges dominant. But for years now, wireless audio has yet to present a victor whose ubiquity will please shareholders and relieve confused consumers. Until that happens, it pays to understand the differences between formats such as Bluetooth, AirPlay, and Sonos. All of them have specific benefits and drawbacks that will determine which one is best for rigging your house for wireless music. Bluetooth: Reliable and Idiot-Proof AirPlay: Bring Patience and High Fidelity Files Sonos: Build It Full Article:
Delivering leading-edge, uncompressed A/V signal distribution and control over considerable distances with zero frame latency.
CABSAT 2014 will bring together visitors from 110 countries and more than 900 exhibitors for a three-day event.
All-metal ultra-shallow premium sound bar models available in either horizontal or vertical form factors
2014 International CES' Social Media Promotions to Provide Fun Ways for Attendees to Connect and Inform
These attractions include a Social Media Command Center, a networking event called Social Hour and a Social Media Vending Machine.
THE ULTIMATE CUSTOM-FIT IN-EAR MONITOR FOR THE MUSIC PROFESSIONAL AND AUDIOPHILE
Hisense Launches H6 SMART TV for Android and Pulse PRO Set Top Box based on Google services for Smart TVs
Partners with Marvell to enable innovative and powerful Smart devices
"The Innovation Act is the most important technology vote of 2013".
With CES 2014 just around the corner, latest reports have suggested both Samsung and LG will unveil flexible OLED TVs at the Las Vegas-based show. With both manufacturers having showcased curved OLED televisions during the 2013 rendition of CES, January’s showpiece convention will reportedly see the Korean rivals take things one step further. It has been suggested that the rumoured flexible screen OLED TVs will feature sizeable curved panels which can have the angle of curvature altered using the unit’s accompanying remote control . While there are sure to be many who question the necessity of this sort of feature on a television, it has been suggested that the ‘flexible’ and adjustable curve will allow users to angle their TVs to better suit the seating positions of multiple viewers. Although confirmed details on these futuristic, flexible OLED TVs are still few and far between, it is not believed that the angle of flex will extend beyond just a few degrees. Read more
Analog Way introduces the SmartMatriX² and QuickMatriX, two new Seamless Scaling Matrix Switchers based on Analog Way's Midra™ platform.
The ERWEN-12E Works with all Standard 19-Inch Rack Equipment and Accessories, and is Designed to Get Equipment Off the Floor and Up on the Wall When Floor Standing Equipment Racks Just Won't Do
Hangman Products will debut its No-Stud TV Hanger, a startlingly lightweight, easy-to-install hanger with a UL rating of up to 80 pounds, at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
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