Company Honored With Commercial Integrator BEST Award and AV Technology End-User Award
Six million U.S. broadband households are changing their 2011 CE purchase plans to get a tablet, which is cannibalizing sales in other device categories and inspiring an additional four million households who had no previous intentions to purchase a computing device this year. Parks Associates' report Media Tablets: Analysis and Forecasts shows the products at greatest risk of losing sales are other mobile Internet devices, including netbooks, notebooks, and e-readers. Tablets will also have significant impact on content publishing, including newspapers. "One year after the launch of the Apple iPad, tablet adoption reached 13% of U.S. broadband households (approximately 10.5 million households), slightly below current netbook and e-reader adoption rates," said Jennifer Kent, a Parks Associates' mobile research analyst. "Mass adoption of tablets depends on consumers' ability to differentiate them from similar CE, and devices that overlap with the tablet will struggle to remain relevant."
Grassroots Campaign Calls for Americans to Sign and Show Support for Innovation
Tablets to be Key Topic at CONNECTIONS™ Digital Living Conference in California Next Week.
From today, YouTube will have to cope with explosive growth in terms of security images that are to be uploaded.
Sequoia have launched a range of pre-certified Telit short range RF modules, offering a variety of licence exempt ISM band wireless technologies covering 433, 868 and 2.4GHz frequencies.
Online video service Hulu is exploring putting itself up for sale after receiving an unsolicited takeover offer, a person familiar with the matter said Tuesday. The offer was large enough to make Hulu's board review the deal and consider seeking other potential buyers, said the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the discussions are confidential. The person would not disclose the amount of the offer nor the bidder. Hulu has become one of the biggest purveyors of television shows and movies on the Internet through its free site and via an $8-per-month subscription plan that gives users a deeper library of shows from ABC, Fox and NBC. The free site is available on computers, but the subscription plan allows for viewing over a wide array of Internet-connected game consoles and mobile devices.
CONNECTIONS™ to examine roles of content and service providers as digital technologies create new consumer lifestyle experiences
Executive conference features keynotes from Verizon Telecom and Starz
Furman Unveils First Products in New Contractor Series at InfoComm 2011: CN -1800S and CN -2400S SmartSequencers(TM)
Designed for Commercial A/V Installers, Power Management Units Combine Robust Control Capabilities via SmartSequencing(TM) Technology, Advanced AC Protection, AC Noise Filtration, and Optional Compatibility With the BlueBOLT(R) Remote Power and Energ
The System Provides Specific Listeners with Extra Audio Support, Whether by Increased Amplification or Tailored for a Tour Group Activity
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that it has named Tech Source as distributor of the company's professional-grade, integrator-friendly control solutions in the Mid-Atlantic United Sates.
Powerline Control Systems, Inc. has announced the appointment of Patrick J. Schuch & Associates and Sound Marketing to serve as manufacturers sales representatives.
HomePlug® Powerline Alliance Announces Support for IEEE P1905 Convergent Digital Home Network Standard
First Standard for Hybrid Home Networks Combining IEEE 1901 / HomePlug AV, Wi-Fi®, MoCA® and Ethernet
This strategic technology partnership will enable development of the NFS Smart Room, complete and intelligent meeting room technology aimed at saving organisations time and money
Draper, Inc. introduced curved frame versions of its Clarion and Onyx projection screens during InfoComm 2011.
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Platinum Tools is proud to present the newly patented EXO Crimp Frame® and EZ-RJ45® Die as our new EZ-RJ45 Crimp Tool! Built to terminate the original EZ-RJ45 connectors, which have been a staple in the industry for almost two decades, this crimp tool improves the trim and crimping processes of EZ-RJ45 connectors by using a single cycle crimp and flush trim.