Industry veteran David Rodarte, formerly general manager of NuVo Technologies, has launched a new consulting firm, he announced Monday.
GoldenEar Technology this week announced that it is now shipping its Invisa 7000 and Invisa MPX architectural speakers in the U.S., Canada and its export markets. Both have an MSRP of $499.
GoldenEar Technology this week announced that it is now shipping its Invisa 7000 and Invisa MPX architectural speakers in the U.S., Canada and its export markets.
The diversity of audio solutions at CES shows that while manufacturers feverishly push wireless solutions and soundbars, there are still plenty who cater to dealers such as David Glassman, owner of IQ Home Entertainment, Fairfax, Va., who see great merit and strong margins in traditional audio.
At the LA Auto Show earlier this week Sprint revealed some big ambitions to become a major player in the automotive space. With its new Velocity initiative, Sprint doesn't just seek to provide the radio component of the connected car. Instead, it aims to design and run every app and service used in the car from vehicle navigation to remote engine diagnostics. Those ambitions seem far beyond the capabilities of a mere carrier, but it turns out Sprint will have a lot of help.
As more details emerged this week about Velocity
Southern California vehicle customizers West Coast Customs this week announced their co-branding of special edition PocketFinders, soon available from Best Buy.
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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,…
RadioShack said Wednesday that it has begun carrying several "second generation" tablet devices, including the BlackBerry PlayBook, the Motorola Xoom, and the discount product the Velocity Micro T103 Cruz.
Borders Monday announced a series of deals on Ereaders ahead of the holidays, including a drop of the Kobo Ereader to $99.99.