Atlona(R) today announced that it has appointed Robert Colaizzi as the company's chief financial officer, and Ruddy Soehartono as the director of technical and customer support.
Haivision is the First and Only Company to Achieve JITC Certification for 1080p HD Performance, and is Unique in Offering Both Airborne and Ground-Based JITC Certified HD Encoders
SNP-1 Streaming Network Player rounds out URC's new whole-house control system.
Innovative British Loudspeaker producer Amina Technologies, has this month launched its new Evolution series of Invisible Loudspeakers for clients wanting clean, uncluttered design lines in their homes, and a great sound beutifully filling every room.
Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of presentation switchers and image converters, is pleased to exhibit at NAB 2012. Analog Way will demonstrate a selection of its powerful solutions in booth #C12027, from April 16 to 19, in Las Vegas, NV, USA.
Polish Auschwitz survivor Jack Tramiel, who created one of the first home computers, the Commodore 64, has died aged 83. The entrepreneur revolutionised computer technology and lived the American dream after making his fortune. He will be best remembered for creating the Commodore which was bought by nearly 17 million people after its release in 1982. Inspired after visiting Japan, Mr Tramiel started producing cheap calculators. He then moved his business out to the Silicon Valley in California, at the beginning of the PC revolution. Mr Tramiel was a fierce business competitor. In 1977 Commodore became first to produce a digital watch for less than $10 (£6.30). This forced his rivals Texas Instruments to slash their digital watch prices in half to $9.95. "Business is not a sport. It's a war," he said. Full Article: http://news.sky.com/home/technology/article/16205820 Mr Tramiel introduced the home computer VIC-20 in 1980 for under $300 (£189).
According to research group NPD, the average pay-TV subscription for basic pay-TV service and premium-TV channels in the U.S. reached $86 in 2011. NPD expects the average pay-TV bill to reach $123 by the year 2015 and $200 by 2020. Also notable is that 16% of US households do not currently subscribe to pay_TV services. Cable companies are losing subscribers every quarter and with consumer spending power remaining flat, we’re likely to see an increase in cord-cutters if prices rise as indicated. For those interested in cutting the cord, read our earlier article: A Year Without Cable
"We are thrilled to welcome Robert and Ruddy to the Atlona family".
Immersive architectural mapping took top billing at this year's Radio City Christmas Spectacular in New York City. Seen by more than 1 million spectators each year, the Christmas Spectacular is an anxiously anticipated yearly dedication to the sights and sounds of the holiday season.
Innovative television technology that's as clever as the human eye is to be showcased by University of Warwick spinout company goHDR at the NAB Show® in Las Vegas, later this month. SIM2's first High Dynamic Range Display, the HDR47E monitor, will be used in the demonstration.
Industry's first Smart Appliance App and Smart Appliance Module bring appliance diagnostics, text alerts and control to today's kitchen.
Technology is affording homeowners the ability to monitor and control everything in their home anywhere, at any time
Sub-$60 MovieNiteā„¢ Supports full 1080p HD and Instant Access to Movies, Music, Photos and More from VUDU®, Netflix®, Pandora®, Picasa® and YouTube®
Two New World Class Architectural Speaker Lines Now Available
Yamaha Introduces 2012 Home Theater in a Box Systems; AirPlay and Network Capabilities Take the Category to the Next Level
USB inputs for iPads, high performance speakers, 100W subs, control app for iOS/Android devices and HDMI 4K and 3D pass-through exceed expectations
The program delivers Chief Raxxess® Series racks preloaded with accessories saving customers valuable installation time
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RETRO-M is designed to replace existing Home Intercom Systems and operate on existing 3 and 4 wire systems. BLUETOOTH you music by adding the BT-RECEIVER. No need to remove existing master wall housing, trim plates available to cover those large holes. The RETRO-M intercom unit has a built-in AM/FM radio. Plug in mp3 players such as iPod, iPhone, Zune or any other hand held player into the master and share your music with the entire family. Choose between two music sources; listen to the radio in one room and the mp3 in another room.