In a surprise announcement, Microsoft and Sony said they've reached an agreement to come together to develop new cloud-based solutions for gaming. In other words: Crossplay is finally coming!
Two major M&A announcements were made over the past seven days, featuring Control4 and SnapAV in one corner, and Sound United and Onkyo in the other.
Market research firm Technavio predicts the wearables market to grow at a compound annual growth rate of around 15 percent between 2019 and 2023.
Screen Innovations plans to make a major investment to expand its Austin, Texas, headquarters less than a year after entering the shading business.
Despite the feeling that Huawei had already been blacklisted by the U.S. government, President Trump and the Commerce Department made several moves to up the pressure even further—all part of the U.S.'s escalating trade war with China.
Kaleidescape announced that it will bring its suite of home theater streaming products to the members of HTSA as the group's newest vendor.
While the world has been infatuated by the slow and steady introduction of foldable smartphones, Lenovo decided to take the tech in a different direction, introducing the world's first foldable PC.
Jerry Grossman, executive director, and Moishe Appelbaum, president, join the podcast to talk about some new initiatives, membership growth, philanthropy efforts, and more going on with the Imaging Alliance.
Sound United announced that it has entered into a term sheet with the Onkyo Corporation to acquire their consumer audio division.
On the heels of Amazon's own one-day shipping announcement, Walmart unveiled its own rollout of a one-day shipping program—without the membership fee.
Octonion, which realized much success with their PIQ sport sensors, is diving even deeper into IoT solutions with the recent launch of their Brainium platform and SmartEdge Agile device.
It's been a hell of a month in the news for Samsung. Here's a recap of everything that's gone wrong for the tech firm over the past few weeks.
It took nearly two years, but in a letter to shareholders on May 9, Sonos CEO Patrick Spence said the company is set to launch support for Google Assistant on its smart speakers.
The day hath finally arrived! In a press release that came almost out of left field—but is certain to be a home run with the gaming community—Sony and Microsoft announced that they’ve effectively buried the hatchet and will come together to collaborate on new cloud-based solutions for gaming. In short: Console crossplay is finally happening. […]
Two of the leading home networking, security, and automation firms in the custom integration space—SnapAV and Control4—announced plans to merge their operations.