By Curt Hayes April 21, 2014
Whole-house entertainment, energy management, security and more are more accessible to consumers than ever before, and that accessibility seems to grow by the hour. The trick for our industry is not to convince consumers that the old way is better, but to expose these amazing new technologies to a wider range of prospects.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz April 10, 2014
Genie, Hopper, Joey, Roku, AppleTV, Amazon Fire, Cable, Fios, all these way’s to watch TV, and yet we are left unfilled. Americans want to come home after a long day, flop on the couch, and watch our favorite shows. This could be a sporting event, our favorite drama, or maybe we fill the evening with movies. One thing is for sure, as a society, we tend to fill our primetime with television.
By Lindsey Adler April 08, 2014
Prodea’s Residential Operating System (ROS) isn’t like any other control system you sell. At first glance, it’s tempting to brush this aside as another internet of things hyped wannabe home control solution, but the innovators behind Prodea designed their system to be much more and to have clear distinctions from what’s available on the market.
By Michael Heiss April 04, 2014
As long rumored, Amazon has finally joined the ranks of companies offering small, relatively inexpensive devices that add streaming services and games to any display device with a spare HDMI input and within range of a Wi-Fi or wired broadband connection. Priced at $99, Amazon’s Fire TV will go head to head at the top of the STB fray with the similarly priced AppleTV and Roku 3 (4200X).