Parks Associates forecasts over 50% of mobile Internet devices sold in 2014 will have embedded mobile broadband
International research firm Parks Associates forecasts consumer demand for ubiquitous wireless access will make mobile broadband a common feature in portable CE...
Ballmer's Address to Kick Off World's Largest Technology Tradeshow
Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall has adopted CAYIN digital signage solutions as the major public information system at most strategic spots.
Qsonix introduces and announces immediate availability of its new Q2 series—the first of its new music server systems since announcing its partnership with digital audio specialist Wadia Digital. A completely new design, the Q2 series replaces the Q100 line. The new Q205 & Q210 systems are built on Qsonix’s next generation hardware & software platform and incorporate Wadia Digital’s digital audio output technology. The new Q2 systems are available with choice of 1TB or 2TB of premium hard drive storage and either 15” or 17” touchscreen controllers. Both units also include built-in support for desktop PC/Mac and iPhone, iPod touch and iPad remote control operation.
Onkyo Debuts HT-S7300 and HT-S6300 3D-Ready HTiBs with 1080p Video Upscaling and Included Dock for iPod/iPhone
Onkyo Announces TX-NR3008 and TX-NR5008 3D-Ready, Network Receivers with Flagship Features and Performance
Bristol Virginia Utilities (BVU) becomes the ninth Tennessee Valley Authority electric distributor to use Tantalus as its Smart Grid communications platform, and the fourth straight utility-owned broadband provider in the region to select Tantalus.
New Online Design Resource is an Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Traditional Printed Spec Binders for Architects, Lighting Designers & Interior Designers
LG Electronics, Samsung and Sony all backed the HDBaseT Alliance this week, a new wired standard for the living room that hopes to replace the ubiquitous HDMI cable. With the finalization of the specification, the HDBaseT alliance said that it envisions other companies licensing it during the second half of 2010, with first products (most likely from the member companies) appearing by the end of the year. More widespread adoption could take place in early 2011. Unlike HDMI, which merely transfers uncompressed audio and video data, HDBaseT uses what it calls 5Play: the transfer of audio and video data, plus 100BaseT Ethernet, and even power, plus control signals.
Zalman 3D Solutions Bundle iZ3D Drivers
Crestron's Popular Mobile™ and Mobile Pro™ Apps for iPhone® Are Compatible with the New iPhone 4 and iOS4 Operating System
New method creates super-thin, high integrity, continuous metal lines that surpass today's semiconductor industry requirements.
Atlona Technologies Announces New Features and Achievements for Their Award Winning, Wireless USB to HDMI Adapter with Audio, the HDAiR
Atlona Technologies announces a host of new features for their award winning HDAiR including point to multi-point and Macintosh compatibility.
As summer installations wrap-up, AVAD LLC is offering all AVAD dealers an opportunity to showcase their biggest and best outdoor AV projects and lay claim to being one of the best in the business as part of AVAD’s “Outdoor Installation of the Year” photo contest . From now through August 31st, AVAD dealers are invited to post pictures of their award-worthy outdoor installations to AVAD’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/avadllc . AVAD will announce the contest winner and present the winning dealer with the AVAD “Outdoor Installation of the Year” Award at CEDIA Expo 2010.
Crestron Lighting Control Technology Lights Up 2010 Fifa WorldP™ At State -Of -The -Art Durban Stadium
Crestron Networked Lighting Solutions Are "the Obvious Choice" to Meet a Variety of Switching and Power Requirements at 2010 World Cup™ Venue
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection