New model features balanced outputs and advanced circuitry derived from the SP-3 surround processor
Strategic Investor Imagination Technologies Leads Round, Joined by Current Institutional Investors Peninsula Ventures, Herald and Killik
3,000 Companies to Launch New Products at World's Largest Innovation Event
New distribution agreement with Celerity Technologies delivers up to 1,000 feet of HDMI
As part of its ongoing product development programme, Crestron announced that new in-wall and tabletop docks for the iPad® mini are in development and will be available soon.
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KALEIDESCAPE TO OFFER FILMS FROM WARNER BROS. DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION FOR PURCHASE THROUGH KALEIDESCAPE STORE
Titles Purchased Will Be UltraViolet®-Enabled as of March 2013----- Users Can Upgrade Existing Warner Bros. Titles in Their Kaleidescape Digital Libraries to UltraViolet and Enjoy Them Across Multiple Devices
New Consumer Analytics research from Parks Associates indicates consumers continue to prefer Apple over the other top brands in tablets, with 44% of holiday tablet shoppers planning to purchase an iPad 2 versus 24% opting for the Kindle Fire. The Microsoft Surface comes in at 21% with the Google Nex
Oregan Networks has a track record of success in deploying internet-enabling technologies on STBs and televisions.
Digital Signage Connection Winter Webinar Series Presents Thursday, January 15th "How Digital Signage Technologies Are Transforming Interior Design & Architecture"
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University's Digital Media Program at Stratford Campus is Home to the Convergence of Technology, Business and Arts
The Ultra Core3 gaming mouse features A4TECH's Pinpoint Optic technology, equalizing the gaming play field against skilled opponents in moments
More than 62 percent of online consumers interested in learning more about home automation cited security as their primary purchase motivation, according to new research by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. Consumer Perspective on Home Automation, released today, found that almost half (49 percent) of consumers are familiar with home automation systems that allow them to remotely monitor and control one or more technology system in their homes. "There is room for industry growth, with just 1.7 million households indicating they currently have a home automation system installed in their residence," said Rhonda Daniel, CEA's manger, market research, "The more consumers know about home automation, the more likely they are to adopt the technology in their homes. Our industry must work together to develop clear product descriptions and educate consumers about what these technologies can do in order to increase adoption of these systems." Research indicates that features focused on safety and security should be the building blocks of home automation packages offered by the industry. Consumers expressed interest in capabilities that would allow them to remotely monitor and control one or more systems in their homes. More than half of consumers said they are interested in the following features: receiving alerts if smoke detectors go off (59 percent); receiving alerts if someone enters or exits the home (55 percent); remotely seeing someone at the front door (58 percent); and being able to adjust the lights while away (52 percent).
More than 62 percent of online consumers interested in learning more about home automation cited security as their primary purchase motivation, according to new research by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®.
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INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.