Is it art? Is it a TV? Either way, Samsung's 'The Frame' is ready to change the way we think about integration. Week in Review is sponsored by Sony.
Frank White's lesson of the day: Take a second or two and review your snob factor, how you handle a client can impact acquiring a future one.
Rayva has entered into an agreement with Kaleidescape to offer Kaleidescape products which deliver cinematic movies from the company’s Movie Store
SnapAV has announced that General Atlantic has completed an agreement for Hellman & Friedman to acquire the vertically-integrated supplier for an undisclosed amount by the third quarter of 2017.
Beale Street Audio, most famously known for their proprietary Sonic Vortex loudspeaker technology, has been scooped up by Vanco International, for an undisclosed amount.
Signals AV has hired Jim Tweten as their new Cheif Business Development Officer, immediately adding depth from his decorated career as President/CEO of Magnolia Audio/Video.
After nearly a decade of innovation and development, Bose unveiled their Professional EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeakers at InfoComm in Orlando.
Samsung's design focused, art-centric TV dubbed The Frame is a piece of tech that is sure to trailblaze an emerging market of functional decor.
Frank has talked bossing, coaching, and conducting - and now cowboying or the most subtle, least dramatic, but very rewarding style for all involved.
Using VR, Azione Unlimited has revealed a brand new way for integrators to impress their clients at a fraction of the cost. Week in Review is sponsored by Sony.
SURE Universal remote control app opens new doors for IoT monetization while building on today's dominant business models.
Technology Integrator Top Talent Under 40 honorees are nominated by industry peers who admire their prowess, leadership, and influence in the community.
Sharp is reportedly suing their business partner Hisense, claiming that the company is putting their brand on otherwise "low-quality TVs."
The long-awaited announcement of Azione Unlimited's virtual reality showroom has finally materialized and the results are ready to change the industry.
NanoLumens announced that it has filed patent infringement lawsuits against four LED display manufacturers for unspecified damages stemming from the companies’ infringement of four United States patents issued to NanoLumens.