Hulu, the online TV and film portal, has finally rolled out a subscription service, according to a note posted to the site on today. For $9.99 a month, subscribers of Hulu Plus get access to a full season's worth of their favorite TV shows--and even past seasons in some cases. The shows will be accessible to subscribers on the iPhone, the iPad, and on some television sets. Soon it will also work through the PlayStation3 and Xbox video game consoles. Hulu Plus will still have ads, just like the free service does but many of the programs on Hulu Plus will be in 720p high definition.
Stevensville, Md.-Based Mounting Solution Manufacturer Now Occupies New Building Due to Growing Product Lines & Need for Increased Warehouse and Office Space
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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Adds New 75-Inch LaserVue TV to Bolster Industry's Broadest Line of 60-Inch-and-Larger 3D TVs Available Today
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., today announced two significant 3D additions to its line-up of theater-like 3D TVs: A 75-inch LaserVue® TV ( Model L75-A91 ) brandishing several prolific, new features, and a 3D Starter Pack ( Model 3DC-1000 ) containing all the necessities for watching 3D at home. The new Mitsubishi 3D Starter Pack contains two pairs of active shutter 3D eyewear, a 3D emitter, 3D Adapter with remote, an HDMI™ cable, and also features a Disney 3D showcase Blu-ray® disc featuring 3D trailers of “A Christmas Carol”, “Alice In Wonderland” and “Toy Story 3” along with an educational short on 3D presented by Disney’s infamous Timon and Pumba. Available at retail in July, the 3D Starter Pack enables existing and future owners of Mitsubishi 3D DLP® Home Cinema TVs and LaserVue TVs to instantly enjoy the ultimate in immersive, large-screen, theater-like 3D home entertainment.
Need to test your HDTVs with Multiple HDMI Inputs and 3-D? Then you will be interested in the latest test equipment that has been developed for that specific job.
D-Tools, Inc. announced the finalists of the 2010 D-Tools contest, Project:SUCCESS. This contest recognizes excellence in system integration projects utilizing D-Tools System Integrator software. D-Tools held the contest to pursue SI5.5 users’ greatest success stories about how the software has positively affected their business and returned a significant ROI. Success stories of some of most distinguished system integrators were submitted by the D-Tools user base. The contest is sponsored by D-Tools MVP Partners Atlantic Technology and Universal Remote Control. The six finalists were selected by the D-Tools Marketing team and were judged on a number of criteria, including originality, project complexity, use of D-Tools’ software, and which stories best communicate the user’s expertise of the software. See the list of finalists here.
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Adds New 75 -Inch LaserVue TV to Bolster Industry's Broadest Line of 60 -Inch -and -Larger 3D TVs Available Today
Giant 75-Inch 3D-Ready LaserVue TV with new Cinema Color and Mammoth 82-Inch 3D DLP Home Cinema TV Lead an Unparalleled Line-Up of Large-Screen 3D TVs
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ATEN launches new KVM Extenders ideal for manufacturers, retailers, SOHOs/SMBs and more
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Digital Projection International announces major enhancements to their robust 3-chip 3D projector lines.
Digital Projection International announces the E-Vision series-the newest platform in DPI's high-brightness, high-value projection line.
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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.