San Francisco start-up expands its product offering with three all-new home-security products.
Those are two of the trends we gleaned from IHS DisplaySearch's annual flat-panel display conference, which took place last week.
Quantum dot technology is helping LED LCD TVs deliver richer, broader color spectrums. Almost as rich as OLED TVs.
This waterproof speaker can not only withstand poolside splashes, it can float in the pool with you.
With Dolby Virtual Speaker for faux surround and a subwoofer belting out the bass, movies and gaming take on a life of their own with the Leviathan.
RealTimes takes your photos and video an combines them intelligently into short montage movies suitable for online sharing.
Everything about this portable Bluetooth speaker is well done--except the sound.
Though Hitachi is the only big-name win, AllPlay has added several new vendors, Bluetooth, and line-in res-streaming, and now supports stereo speaker pairs.
Fantem’s Oomi connected home security and management system has acquired a new accessory for detecting entry via your home’s windows and doors. The company has also partnered with Nettalk for an optional remote monitoring and emergency system.
This portable music cube radiates music in all directions, sounds great, and runs for 6 hours on fully charged battery.
It’s a pay program competing with free solutions, but PowerDVD 15 Ultra easily offers the best video quality, and arguably the best sound of any software video player on the market. It's better than most hardware-only solutions as well.
VLC is capable and insanely popular. MPC-HC has a heady past that foundered in a sea of instability. Is VLC indomitable or has the competition righted the ship?
This latest version delivers lots improvements you can’t see, and a few you can.
QNAP has taken the convergence of home networking and entertainment another step further with this handsome, quiet, network-attached storage box that outputs directly to your TV via HDMI
We like the Arlo's HD cameras with their clever magnetic mounting system, but there's currently no way to store your video locally.