September 22, 2016 Future technologies like streaming, 4K, whole-house audio and voice control require a robust network, lower latency and installer expertise. Here are a few tips to get started.
September 20, 2016 CE Pro's Julie Jacobson takes part in the tribute video honoring CEDIA's Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, URC founder Chang K. Park, describing a great immigrant success story of an entrepreneur, technology giant and philanthropist.
September 13, 2016 Eero, Plex, Mass Fidelity, Ring and so many other DIY-centric smart-home manufacturers are attending CEDIA 2016 to grab the mindshare of installation pros. Here's why. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
September 06, 2016 Networking expert Bjorn Jensen replaced his outdoor audio system with Origin Acoustics' AcoustaScape speakers after a fire. Now he's looking to enhance his multizone audio system by 'shopping' at CEDIA 2016.
Avi Rosenthal · September 02, 2016 Longtime Z-Wave device supplier Avi Rosenthal explains the significance of Sigma Designs’ opening up portions of the Z-Wave home automation spec.
Wilfried Van Baelen · August 24, 2016 Auro Technologies CEO says the onus is on Auro, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to work together to ensure backwards compatibility among all three immersive audio technologies.
August 22, 2016 Kaleidescape took big risks fighting Hollywood, and then embraced the establishment that tried to destroy it, creating a one-and-only movie download service, always focused on a premium user experience. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)
August 10, 2016 Minnesota integrator Dallas Dingle of Supercalibrations wants to give away a pair of Acoustic Research AR3 three-way speakers with upgraded parts to a loving home and a discriminating listener.
August 10, 2016 Even if Amazon Echo is secure, many Internet of Things devices are not. Some security experts are concerned about hacking, government access and who exactly is receiving all this consumer data. Everyone say 'Alexa.'
August 05, 2016 CEDIA evidently is abandoning the term “integrator” as it relates to home technology installers in favor of the term “technologist,” which resonates better with consumers. Really? (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)