Honeywell International Inc. has filed an antitrust action against the proposed merger of Alarm.com and Icontrol Networks.
Technology Integrator editors talk 5G beta tests on Week in Review.
Advanced designed Park Place Mall a digital signage display capable of remaining bright in the sunshine and withstanding the natural elements of winter.
TV has gotten complicated. Could Caavo be the solution?
A landline revival could be right around the corner.
After a firmware update planned for this year, Sony 4K TVs will be the first televisions with Google assistant capabilities.
The Inirv React is capable of controlling and shutting off a kitchen stove as a way to help prevent the estimated 357,000 house fires in the United States every year.
After VIZIO settled with the FTC for illegally collecting and selling customer TV-viewing data, we debate the privacy issue on Week in Review.
Ashton Bentley, a British manufacturer of meeting room technology, will start 2017 off forging closer ties to Samsung via two new innovations to be displayed at ISE 2017.
Last week, CEDIA CEO Vin Bruno spoke to us about the sale of his trade show. We discuss what that could mean for the association moving forward, on the latest Week in Review.
Vin Bruno talks to us about the decision to hand over the Expo and how CEDIA members will be affected.
Should we accept Samsung's explanation for the Note7 battery recall? Editors discuss on the latest Week in Review.
Emerald Expositions has acquired CEDIA’s annual tradeshow.
CinemaTech is scheduled to open a second location in West Hollywood in late February. The location will provide a complete turnkey showroom for its west coast integrator network.
Scenes from the ProSource Industry Reception at CES 2017.