By Jeremy Glowacki June 29, 2010

Earlier this month, Residential Systems contributing editor Michael Heiss provided his in-depth report about E3 , the annual technology convention for the gaming crowd. In his blog, Heiss noted, “If you have any doubt about the place of games [in the CEDIA channel], particularly consoles and handhelds from the “Bi

By Jeremy Glowacki June 28, 2010

ELAN’s Eric Harper is convinced that doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result borders on insanity. That old adage is what inspired the director of marketing and communications for the Lexington, Kentucky-based manufacturer to launch an aggressive new promotional campaign, called “See

By Jeremy Glowacki June 28, 2010

The CEDIA channel is made up of approximately 3,000 electronic systems contracting companies, each with an average of fewer than seven employees. In small firms like these, most people naturally wear many hats and are often responsible for a variety of functions within the organization. In this model, everyone subscri

By Jeremy Glowacki June 24, 2010

Savant's opening night cocktail reception featured the famous NYC skyline. During the opening keynote for Savant’s fourth-annual dealer event, held June 23-25 in the SoHo section on New York City, company CEO Bob Madonna

By John Sciacca June 24, 2010

You would think that it just wouldn’t be possible for something called “Monster Vision” to not be among the coolest inventions ever. I mean, the possibilities that the name conjures up are just so geek-boy awesome that how could it possibly be a letdown?   If you're expecting Monster

By Michael Heiss June 22, 2010

Ask someone in the consumer electronics industry what they think the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, trade show is and you’re likely to get a variety of answers. From some, the response will be the generic, “It’s the CES or CEDIA EXPO for the gaming crowd.” From others, the answer will be, “It’s the show

By John Sciacca June 21, 2010

I’ll admit it: The iPad is one of the frickin’ coolest gadgets to come around in a while. And even though I know – from a strictly intellectual perspective – that it is really just a $500 toy (not a phone, not practical as a computer, no video chatting) I don’t care. Look at it! It has a huge, shiny screen, and you ca

By Jeremy Glowacki June 15, 2010

The Wi-Fi network in my home provides relatively thorough coverage throughout our 5,000 square feet, but lately I’ve been streaming Yankees baseball games in HD to my laptop, and sometimes the picture locks up due to bandwidth limitations. Thanks to Plaster Networks’ PLN3 powerline Ethernet adapters, however, I was ea

By Jeremy Glowacki June 07, 2010

While I’m not much of an apps guy, personally, I do appreciate the creativity of developers who come up with such clever designs (my latest favorite is the virtual Bic lighter designed to summons an encore from your favorite rock band.)   A screenshot from whe

By Jeremy Glowacki June 01, 2010

What do Memorial Day weekend, graduation week, and Chicago Black Hawks hockey all have in common? For Digital Home Technologies ( www.adigitalhome.com ) president John Goldenne, the answer is: emergency service calls.   Goldenne, a Palatine, Illinois-based integrator friend of mine, said that he had planned for two we


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