C.E.D. International last week held its 12th annual Fall Ball, hosting product presentations and demonstrations at locations in Wisconsin and Illinois. The event drew over 400, with all in attendance receiving a free Android tablet.
Most audio vendors at last month's CEDIA Expo ventured beyond their comfort zones into areas that two years ago would have been considered a stretch for them. Soundbars, wireless streaming devices and headphones—all fueled by the growth of tablets and smartphones—are now a requirement for even the highest of high-end suppliers. In other trends, on-wall,…
Panamax/Furman Makes BlueBOLT Easier ● Panamax/Furman demonstrated the new interface for its BlueBOLT cloud-based control platform. In the previous interface, users had to control systems by outlet, and it could be difficult to remember how an integrator had set it up. The new interface allows control by device, making it much more user friendly. It…
CEDIA Expo 2011 ended on a high note for several manufacturers as the Manufacturers' Excellence Award winners were announced at the annual CEDIA Electronic Lifestyles Awards Banquet Saturday. Below is a list of the winners:
Wall Street Communications this week announced a spun-off public relations agency called InGear PR, which will represent pro AV and home theater clients.
Maureen Jenson speaks to RTI's Pete Baker about the company's iPad application as well as other Apple integration products.
RTI said this week that it will show several new products at CEDIA Expo in September.
Here's the second Web installment of Dealerscope's annual 40 Under 40 report of the CE industry's rising stars. Each year, our readers nominate their most impressive young employees as a way of highlighting the intelligence, acumen, drive, experience and fresh ideas they bring to an industry that needs those qualities now more than ever. For the full report, please see our upcoming June issue. Over the next few weeks, we'll continue to release some of the names and outtakes from our interviews with these young stars.