With the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo's over-the-air TV over Internet service, new RCA digital antennas with patented 360Â° reception deliver an affordable solution to access broadcast content
Sennheiser maintains high investment in research and development Consumer business on the rise in 2013
A breakdown of sales figures by business divisions shows a solid increase in Consumer Electronics
Three new styles were designed to appeal to a range of design aesthetics.
New V-Panelâ„¢ 20" HD Touch Screen Display brings the beauty and performance of Crestron TSW touch screens to large-format displays
After Big Data, it is now Small Data's turn to change our world.
For the uninitiated, the Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized single -board computer developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of introducing children to computer science.
Home audio isn't what it used to be -- for many people, it means internet-savvy speakers everywhere instead of a conventional stereo in the den. Pioneer and Onkyo are clearly aware that they need to adapt, as they've just started the process of combining their home theater units with a mind toward modernization. The two will "cope" with the shift in music playback trends through the strengths of their brand names and "superior technologies;" a private equity firm is also taking a controlling stake in Pioneer's home electronics division, so there will be cash available to expand the business. It's still early going, so just what this alliance will do to embrace internet audio isn't clear. However, it's safe to say that they'll be doing more than rolling out the occasional wireless adapter or smartphone dock.
Revolabs today announced that the company was recognized with two Commercial Integrator (CI) BEST Awards at InfoComm 2014.
High performance 3D demos in Japan support 3P or 6P laser illumination
BenQ's MW853UST Education Projector and BH380 Bar Display Recognized by AV Technology and Digital Signage
Nest Labs, makers of the Nest Learning Thermostat and Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detector, announced on Tuesday that it will be opening its smart home platform to third-party developers and partners, which includes parent company Google. In a post to Nest's official blog, cofounder Matt Rogers said the Nest Developer Program will allow other smart home product makers and app developers to connect with the Nest smart thermostat to make whole-home automation a reality. Instead of sifting through proprietary apps and settings panels, the open API should allow for personalized, automated experiences. For example, a connected Jawbone UP24 band can sense when its user wakes up, signaling Nest to turn on the lights and warm the house. As noted by The Wall Street Journal , parent company Google has already integrated with Nest to expand Google Now's functionality to support temperature adjustments. Of course, with the opening of Nest's platform, the firm must share a certain amount of information gathered by its devices, something that doesn't sit well with privacy advocates. More specifically, Google's views on user data harvesting as applied to the company's huge targeted ad business made critics uneasy when Nest Labs was purchased by the search giant for $3.2 billion in January.
New HD IP Camera Works with WeMo and Features Push to Talk Functionality Making the NetCam HD+ Your Eyes at Home, When You're Not
Operate your smart home right from your wrist
Project Tango strives to give mobile devices a human-like understanding of space and motion through advanced sensor fusion and computer vision
Honeywell LYNX 7000 Wins Best Overall in Program that Highlights Products and Services with Real Impact on Integration and Monitoring Companies
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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.