The Versatile and Reliable New 9-Inch Ergo Crimp Tool Makes Crimping Even Easier and More Comfortable; the "Straight Plate" Lower Jaw Assembly Eliminates Critical Structural Stress Points, so it Won't Break Under Heavy Stress and Will Last for Years to Come
Christie's Fully Integrated Projection System Wins Award at the DTC Annual Defence Industry Dinner & Awards Ceremony
Analog Way unveils an outstanding new feature developed for the Ascender 48: real-time perspective layers.
Rumors of Apple’s upcoming “Made for iHome” API in iOS 8 sent fanboys rocketing with excitement that Cupertino might be launching a makeover in the living room, but expectations are about to get dashed when Apple presents a much simpler system on Monday. The move to home automation will be more about fighting fragmentation, reports GigaOm, than creating an entire home experience. Apple’s home efforts will just focus on easily connecting devices to Wifi and tossing in voice control over Bluetooth. There will be no central control center. No asking Siri to turn off your Hues and lock the door. But the report does have some interesting details on what Apple will announce: “What we’re likely to see next week is a roll out of participating partners, devices and chips that support the MFi standard, all set to assure people who purchase those devices that they will work with their iPhones and iPads, with the promise of a few special features.” If GigaOm’s report is accurate it will be an underwhelming experience compared to the dream of Apple offering a clean, robust control center that can manage everything from your thermostat to your crockpot without switching to individual apps. Apple could eventually overlay software controls directly into iOS 8 but it’s not looking to make its full home automation just yet. For now it looks like it’s simply laying the groundwork.
The new working group is called the Device Interoperability Working Group, also known as R7 WG17.
Wharfedale Makes It Easy for Dads and Grads to Enjoy Superb Sound
New Digital Book Showcases Remarkable Visual Projects Driven by Christie's Award-Winning Projection Technologies
New Media Art Competition Showcases Next-Generation Art On Next-Generation TVs
With a scan rate of 150hz for 10-point multi-touch, rivaling the response time of smartphones and tablets, this jointly developed product dramatically increases the speed of large format touch displays.
Live working demos of the entire product line will be shown in the Lightware booth at InfoComm 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 14-20.
The new device utilizes HRS Designer software to build completely customizable controllers featuring graphics, branding and system design tailored to the user.
"The best fiber solution meets the best networking solution."
Society for Information Display's (SID) Display Week 2014 from June 3 to June 5 at the San Diego Convention Center
Operator-led requirements paving the way for a new technology agnostic smart home ecosystem
Wide recognition in construction industry to expedite the spread of the firm's automation solution in mainstream markets
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