Deja vu: OLED and 4K will dominate CES 2013 TV news

The Consumer Electronics Show gives us a glimpse of the TV trends we'll see in the year to follow. Much like last year, the talk of the 2013 show in TVs will revolve around OLED and 4K.

The television industry has been in flux during the last few years. Marquee Japanese names such as Panasonic, Sharp, and Sony are struggling, new technologies like voice and gesture control and 3D aren't compelling enough to warrant upgrades, and demand is expected to stay flat for 2013. Amid this atmosphere of regrouping and consolidation, there are likely to be very few surprises at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

What we're going to see at the show are several technologies that debuted at previous shows, such as OLED and 4K. We doubt any new display technologies, like the prototype Crystal LED shown last year by Sony, will hit the market in 2013. But chances are some technology will debut that we didn't expect, perhaps from a surprising quarter: think China.

Core Brands Welcomes Chris Bundy as Director of Marketing Communications

Core Brands today announced that the group has named Chris Bundy as its director of marketing communications.

CyberPowerPC Announces Zeus Touch All-in-One Touchscreen Desktop PC Series

CyberPower Inc. today announced its Zeus Touch - an all-in-one desktop PC that combines a minimalist tablet-like design with the latest power-efficient performance processors from Intel into a powerful space-saving system with full 10-finger capacitive touch support.

AVAD's 2013 Product Catalog Now Available

Full-color, 172-page product catalog offers comprehensive guide to the industry's leading products and brands

Vivint: Canadians Lead Smart Home Technology Adoption

Canada Ranks Among Vivint's Fastest Growing Markets----- More Than Two of Every Three Vivint Customers in Canada Are Using Home Automation Features

Amped Wireless Showcases Industry Leading High Power Wi-Fi Solutions at CES 2013

Amped Wireless Displays Latest in Wi-Fi Technology, including: High Power 802.11ac Wi-Fi products, Range Extenders, Signal Boosters and Wi-Fi Adapters for Windows 8 Tablets and Notebooks

DLNA®, HomePlug®, MoCA® and Wi-Fi Alliance® Present Connected Living at 2013 International CES

TechZone Demo and Meeting Area will Feature Demonstrations Using Technology Standards from All Four Alliances

Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement Expected to Save U.S. Consumers $1.5 Billion Annually

Nation's top cable, satellite, telco TV providers and manufacturers commit to unprecedented energy efficiency measures

THX Incorporates New Technology Trends Into Its THX® Certified Professional Education Classes at CES 2013

Registration for Home Theater Level 1 includes a free pass to the CES convention floor.

NEC Display Solutions Introduces 32-Inch V322

Value-Driven Design with High-Performance Components

IBASE SI-38 Digital Signage System Wins iF Product Design Award 2013

Ultra slim embedded system designed specifically for digital signage applications

Broan-NuTone Online Tool Helps Builders Select Code-compliant Ventilation Solutions

Broan-NuTone is the first manufacturer to offer assistance to builders and other professionals who need to abide by new ventilation codes.

2013 CES Brand Matters Keynote to Focus on the Cloud

Top executives join lineup to discuss brand strategy

Nest Is Just the Beginning of Smart Home Tech

These days, it seems like everyone is innovating for the future. From eco-friendly prefab housing to high-tech city bridges, companies and cities are putting unique and interesting spins on what they believe will change our future. But, think about this for a second: Have you ever thought long and hard about what your thermostat will look like in 10 or 15 years?

Probably not. Turns out that the thermostat, for better or for worse, hasn't really changed its form or function in the last few decades, aside from a digital interface and more sophisticated temperature-sensing technology. It seems as though there wasn't much to say about the device until the introduction of the Nest: A high-tech smart thermostat that broke the mold for its minimalist design and mobile, sustainable programming options.

"Before Nest, people didn't care about their thermostat," says Matt Rogers, co-founder and VP of engineering at Nest. "We've really awoken that frustration by bringing great design, great technology and a great experience to the space."

Mashable spoke with Rogers about how the Nest broke the mold of digital climate control, and what he thinks is going to be the real thermostat of the future.

Christie Matrix StIM Projectors Facilitate Level 5 Accreditation for the RAAF Flight Trainer

New LED Projection System Helps Wedgetail 737 (E-7A) Flight Trainer Simulator MCQFS Retain Level 5 Accreditation

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