All In Philips
Three years after merging with software startup Eva Automation, Bowers & Wilkins announces first collaborative product: Formation wireless speakers and proprietary multiroom audio platform to be licensed to third parties.
Joe Palenchar · April 22, 2019
KBIS/IBS 2019: The Qi wireless power standard for cellphones gets a wattage upgrade to power kitchen appliances with no cords, but prices could be steep.
Julie Jacobson · February 26, 2019
BenQ’s new HT8060 and HT9060 CinePro 4K UHD HDR home cinema projectors feature its CinematicColor technology.
Robert Archer · January 22, 2019
The Philips Cares digital caregiving platform allows family and friends to stay informed of their loved one’s wellbeing and includes a personal alert button with 24/7 emergency support.
CE Pro Editors · January 11, 2019
Beautiful technology from Artnovion and Basalte; amazing digital artwork from Barco, Philips, Niio and Genesis; VR workplace of the future; and incredible projection mapping demos were the must-see hits of ISE 2018.
Julie Jacobson · February 09, 2018
Roku is growing its product line through several initiatives that include OEM licensing, and an expansion of the Roku ecosystem through its Roku Entertainment Assistant.
Robert Archer · January 03, 2018
Donated kit list for the new home theater at Christopher’s Children’s Hospice includes Crestron, Wyrestorm, QMotion, Monitor Audio and Philips Lighting.
Alice Gustafson · January 24, 2017
As AV manufacturers like Harman JBL, Sony, Pioneer, Onkyo, Haier and Philips feature Chromecast built-in on their newest speakers and TVs, Samsung invents its own ‘invisible connection.’
Chelsea Cafiero · January 06, 2017
Denon’s DN-300Z is a ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of audio, Philips makes a 4K HDR Blu-ray player, every dealer should carry doorbell cameras in their vans … and more from distributor Capitol Sales at CEDIA 2016.
Julie Jacobson · September 19, 2016
Argus Insights study shows that consumers are frustrated with the user experience of many entry-level home automation apps. ADT, Philips, Comcast and AT&T systems in particular are dissed, while Vivint and Honeywell gain better marks.
Jason Knott · January 27, 2016