At its annual HTSA Awards Wednesday night at the Chicago restaurant known as Untitled, Home Technologies Specialists of America spread the hardware around, handing out its eight awards to eight different companies.
This year's CEDIA EXPO is turning out to be a huge one for Control4. Yesterday's announcement of Nest compatibility was cause enough for excitement, but at a lunchtime press conference today, Dish Network announced complete integration between Control4 and the Hopper is on its way soon.
During the keynote at CEDIA Expo, Nest Labs, Inc. announced Control4 is the company's first development parter. The two have partnered to release their web application programming interface for the Nest thermostat. Control4 will function as the operating system of the connected home.
Control4, ahead of this month's CEDIA Expo, announced a new line of audio and video distribution products. The line includes the Control4 Audio Matrix Switch, new 100 Series Amplifiers, and new HDMI Matrix Switch.
CEDIA Wednesday announced the finalists for its Manufacturers Excellence Awards, including 31 products for its Best New Products award as well as two for the Sustainable Lifestyle Product Innovation category. CEDIA’s Manufacturers’ Excellence Awards are sponsored by Technology Integrator Magazine.
I think I may have lied to you guys. When I reviewed the SurgeX XR115 Surge Eliminator/Power Conditioner, I said it might have to be my last SurgeX review. Not that I have a problem with the company’s products, mind you; in fact, it’s probably the only surge protection manufacturer that I genuinely trust anymore
Control4 has announced the availability of the Control4 Wireless Music Bridge. The system allows connectivity of devices from smartphones to tablets to computers to Control4 systems, in order to stream music.
Control4 has released the latest version of its operating software. And if you’re not a Control4 owner, you may be yawning and clicking on another tab already. But this one is huge. HYOOGE, I tell you. Not so much in the features it adds, but in the way it changes the Control4 business model altogether.