By Jason Knott · February 23, 2010 • Integrators should piggyback on the iPad. Apple's marketing prowess will, over time, make the iPad ubiquitous.
By Steve Crowe · February 19, 2010 • App "transforms the Apple iPad into a full Crestron touchpanel."
By Lisa Montgomery · February 17, 2010 • Keep up with all the action from Vancouver via your iPhone.
By CE Pro Editors · February 10, 2010 • App uses Wi-Fi to control home systems on the iPhone or iPod touch.
By Tom LeBlanc · February 9, 2010 • More consumers wanted to buy the product before they knew what it was than after.
By Julie Jacobson · February 9, 2010 • The Economist: iPod "was not the first digital-music player, but it was simple and elegant, and carried digital music into the mainstream."
By Tom LeBlanc · January 27, 2010 • The chances of the iPad being a colossal failure: not very good. CE pros better start embracing the technology now.
By Arlen Schweiger · January 27, 2010 • Apple's 'iPad' will feature a 9.7-inch screen, apps functionality of an iPod touch and range from $499 to $829 based on capacity and networking.
By Tom LeBlanc · January 22, 2010 • Walks DIYers and installers through selecting screen size, placement and luminance.
By Tom LeBlanc · January 18, 2010 • Will Apple finally release its much-hyped tablet?
By Julie Jacobson · January 11, 2010 • Take a three-minute video tour through the 4Store home automation shop
By Julie Jacobson · January 8, 2010 • Control4 is demoing a growing library of apps for its 4Store at CES 2010; a good California chardonnay, anyone?
By Julie Jacobson · December 9, 2009 • Because there is no easy way to find and download plug-ins for Windows Media Center, two fans are building an "app store."
By Julie Jacobson · November 27, 2009 • Come on, Apple, can't you do better than $5 off a mouse?
By Tom LeBlanc · November 13, 2009 • Placing systematic calls to existing clients to discuss small items like Apple TV may seem odd, but it results in upgrade sales worth as much as $10,000 for Maverick Integration. Creating project plans that are "detailed to the point of absurdity" seems, well, absurd, but it results in lifelong ties to architects and builders.