Universal Remote Control
URC has launched a two-way IP module for integration of its Total Control system with Symetrix Radius NX, Prism, Solus and Edge DSP model, available immediately to URC installers through the company’s dealer portal
URC says it has developed a two-way IP module for seamless integration with Home Connect appliances with its Total Control system
Control company URC has reached a direct dealer sales agreement with Sound United for its HEOS wireless music systems. Also, URC’s Total Control 2.0 whole-home automation and control system platform will now integrate with HEOS.
CEDIA announced that it has teamed up with the Powerhouse Alliance to offer a series of networking training workshops, specifically through Powerhouse member Volutone.
Remote control devices began appearing on the earth shortly after the end of the Great Ice Age, about 10,000 years B.C. (Before Cable). Scholars speculate that they did not appear earlier because coffee tables had not been invented yet. Besides, there wasn’t much on satellite, anyway.
Cave drawings throughout Europe depict early humanoids dragging large remotes behind them. At first, archeologists thought the objects were clubs or some sort of prehistoric weapon, but careful analysis of the paintings clearly revealed FCC Approval tickers. Early models were single button because Paleolithic men and women could not use their thumbs the way we do today—which probably explains why no Blackberry messages from that epoch have survived.
Universal Remote Control, Inc. (URC) has responded to the latest patent infringement lawsuit recently filed against it by Univeral Electronics,
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Capitol announced Wednesday that it is now distributing Wilson Electronics products. The company, which produces cell phone signal boosters, will also participate in the upcoming Capitol Learning Institute.
Capitol announced new additions to its upcoming CLI Expo this week, and also said that registration has opened for the event.
Capitol announced Monday that its upcoming Capitol Learning Institute (CLI) will feature a Panasonic training session. The event is scheduled for April 29 and 30 in Bloomington, Minn.