By Derek Dellinger October 01, 2012
With the market for tablets still seeing dramatic growth year after year, consumers are demanding more—and more diverse—mounting solutions to fit a variety of uses. IDC estimates that total worldwide tablet shipments for the second quarter of 2012 will hit 25 million units, representing a quarter-over-quarter increase of 33.6 percent and a an impressive year-over-year growth rate of 66.2 percent, up from 15 million units in the second quarter of 2011.
By Derek Dellinger September 25, 2012
Just behind the crowds of Apple devotees collecting their iPhone 5 are the legions of new cases hitting the market. How you select one may be ultimately subjective — a quest to find the perfect balance of durability and design. Here are five cases that will ensure your iPhone 5 is still intact when the iPhone 6 comes out.
By Derek Dellinger December 21, 2011
by Derek Dellinger
“Music is the declaration of atmosphere for a venue,” said Rami Korhonen, CEO and co-founder of Playmysong . “Our goal is to eradicate random music in the world.” Korhonen describes Playmysong as the “Foursquare” of music, with maybe a touch of Turntable.fm as well — c
By Derek Dellinger April 21, 2011
by Derek Dellinger Lighting accounts for almost 15 percent of the average homeowner's monthly electric bill, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration . If every home in the U.S. installed two dimmers in place of two standard light switches, the potential annual savings could be $1.2 billion in
By Derek Dellinger April 05, 2011
If you’ve ever set foot in an enclosed pool — even if audio setups were the last thing on your mind — you likely noticed that pool houses quickly become echo chambers. Now try to imagine making audio sound good in the same environment. The owners of a villa in Brazil were able to enjoy the vistas and pastoral silence
By Derek Dellinger February 24, 2011
by Derek Dellinger dnp denmark has helped to push the potential of front projection technology with their Supernova line of screens, but with the opening of a U.S. distribution center in San Diego, the company is hoping to push aside the perception that its technology is costly outside their home market.