Tomorrow's Entertainment: The New Breed of Filmmaker, Content Consumer in 25 Years

Thanks to the refinement of personal identity tracking and AI-based content management/delivery, channel surfing and buffering will be things your grandparents talk about in 2041.

How Big Appliances are Embracing Home Automation

In a move to modernize home appliances and reduce connectivity issues, Samsung has released a line of appliances, including a WiFi-connected refrigerator and range, which together form a family of units-and communicate with each other via Samsung's "hub."

How to Avoid Installing Bad Ethernet Cable

High-performance cable for today's networks runs laps around cheap imitations. Make sure you know what you're installing, and you can avoid performance and reliability problems down the line.

Your Castle: The Smart Home Puzzle is Missing a Few Pieces

You see, each smart device has to work and it has to work with all the other devices in the home … all the time.

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary - January - April 2017

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

Futuristic Style Home Automation with Linear Motion Systems

Futuristic home automation systems will feature advanced smart gadgets and more sophisticated software to carry out various complex functions in homes.

Go Green… Save Money?

Sure, it's good for the planet. But smart home energy management can save you money in some unexpected ways.

Alexa - Make My Building Run Better!

All devices installed in a building, such as boilers, chillers, generator sets, electric sub-meters, pumps, VAV controllers, fire panels, etc. should be smart and have their own individual cloud points-of-presence and applications, just as consumer devices do.

How to Protect Connected Home Devices and Appliances from Cyber Attacks

Security is a requirement for all consumer IoT devices, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. By adding a few basic capabilities, the security of any device can be significantly increased.

VR Progress: Learning, Testing the Boundaries of New Content Production

The challenge is the compute power required to properly support 360 video and VR and the fact that I probably don't want your immersive experience interfering with my immersive experience.

Work from Home? Renovate Your Home Office to be More Efficient and Tech Savvy

All of us have to do serious communicating in our day-to-day worklives, and that concept becomes all the more pressing when you work from home

CES - 160,000 People Can't be Wrong!

Over 160,000 people attend to meet with top industry professionals, see the latest gadgets and attend some great parties. Vegas holds some of the greatest trade shows, but CES is the largest-so, wear good walking shoes.

Using LiftMaster to Control Your Smart Home

Our MyQ technology uses industry-standard encryption, up-to-date security techniques, and periodic security testing with respected outside services to keep users' information safe.

Quantum Dots will Power Display Products to the Next Level

Quantum dot technology is now fueling a range of LCD displays, offering a WCG that can be larger than that offered by OLED displays and other LCD technologies. When coupled with HDR, quantum dot displays offer some of the best picture performance on the market.

Integrated Control with MMS-5A and Crestron SmartObject™ Technology

From a video projector-based home theater to window treatments, advanced use of security cameras, home automation and whole-house entertainment, the Integrated Concepts show home is an ideal environment to highlight the ever evolving world of the connected home.

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