Syabas Technology's upcoming $130 Internet-based A/V streaming set-top box Popbox , the successor to the Popcorn Hour, will feature a complete UI redesign. The new interface includes "infopops" which show off the weather, Twitter feeds, and other data. The interface also includes a cover-flow-esque visual thumbnails selection for videos, music and other data, as well as universal search. The interface can handle Flash, Java and QT meaning Netflix is now available. Also available is Hulu, CBS and ABC content, which can now include the in-video ads required for playback. Facebook, Twitter, Shoutcast MP3, Revision3 and other Popcorn Hour content will rollover to the new box. Released today, the Popbox SDK enables developers to take an existing Adobe Flash application and easily transform it into a new applications for popbox. The popbox SDK hooks into the popbox UI to handle remote commands, execute widgets, and load application-specific data. Developers will be able to create popapps that play videos, music, and photos, read and write content metadata, and access files on mounted drives and UPnP servers from the home network or media from the cloud. Applications developed with the popbox SDK will be available to popbox consumers at launch through the platform’s popapp Center and can be made available to the existing installed base of over 50,000 Popcorn Hour A-200 and C-200 NMTs already in market.
Parks Associates finds over 25 million U.S. broadband households regularly watch full -length TV shows online
Online video pushing strategic shift among service providers
Smarthome™, the world's largest home automation retailer, announced today that installation services are now available on select INSTEON® products.
Improved site offers in-depth product information, easier navigation and an all-new graphic design
Digital cable and telco/IPTV services reach 18% of Western European households, but demand for interactive and connected home services comparable to U.S.
CONNECTIONS™ Europe features insights from Technicolor, ADB, IBM, Cisco, Cable Europe Labs, Deutsche Telekom, and more
Aperion Audio's New Powered Soundbar Enhances the HDTV Experience for Home Theater Enthusiasts' Other Rooms
The Aperion Signature SLIMstage30™ Soundbar Matches Flat-panel Simplicity and Allows the Enthusiast to Customize Their Sound
CONNECTIONS: The Digital Living Conference and Showcase reports almost 40% of U.S. broadband households are interested in receiving managed Internet security from their service provider.
SIM2 is pleased to deliver a first for the custom home cinema industry: a five-year lamp warranty on their award-winning Grand Cinema™ C3X LUMIS and C3X LUMIS HOST Reference models.
Panamax's M4315 -PRO and M4320 -PRO Combine Pro Level Power Management With BlueBOLT™ IP Control Technology
PRO Products Offer Hosted IP System Control and Enhanced Audio and Video Performance; Provide Energy Management for Customers
Space-saving device hides, slides, raises and swivels a bedroom television to any desired viewing position within seconds, with just a push of a button.
TV Everywhere has generated headlines for service providers, but tech support and online storage services are also critical parts of any successful bundling strategy...
The S300w projector is the ultimate boy's toy, capable of displaying 3D images at up to 720p HD resolutions, also coming with an 8W RMS speaker as standard - nice.
Minicom Lowers Operational Costs and Increases Operational Efficiency for Data Centers and Server Rooms
With enhanced version of remote access management solution offering expanded support for PDU and console server vendors, IT managers preserve existing equipment
Draper, Inc. has announced that three sales territories in the United States will be covered by new Regional Sales Managers.
PRS-6 Multi-Component Outlet, Designed for Audio/Video Systems, Perfectly Shields Against Electrical Noise, Vibrations, Magnetic and RF Interference
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Universal Robots Add a Sense of Touch in New e-Series Cobots with Built-in Force/Torque Sensor and Re-Designed User Interface
With the new e-Series cobot line, Universal Robots raises the bar for cobots, adding unique new features while significantly strengthening the four core principles defining collaborative robots: fast set-up, easy programming, flexible deployment, and safe operation. With a new built-in, tool-centric Force/Torque sensor the e-Series is ready to take on applications requiring force control right out of the box. A repeatability of 30 micron means the new cobots are suitable for very precise finishing, assembly and electronics tasks. A re-designed user interface decreases cognitive load and expedites program development, while a new externally accessible, 500Hz system bus enables more complex motion control algorithms or profiles.