By Jason Knott · February 4, 2019 • Integrator offers technical reference guide to help explain differences between Sony and LG OLED and Samsung QLED in terms of technology, picture quality and affordability.
By Arlen Schweiger · January 9, 2018 • While also focusing on mobile computing, NuVision is at CES 2018 and announced plans to release three TV series in 2018, under a leadership team of 'multiple TV/CE industry veterans.'
By Jason Knott · January 9, 2018 • Samsung 'The Wall' TV can be customized to any size or shape, and it replaces color filters with tiny micrometer LEDs, which serve as their own source of light source.
By Advertorial · July 21, 2017 • Designing your outdoor entertainment space can be just as important as designing your indoor entertainment space, especially during the warmer months. Not only are homeowners looking to create the ultimate oasis through décor and activity such as pools and spas, but they are also seeking an area that is full of the latest technology – making it a true living space. When designing this space, outdoor AV should be top of mind, instead of a last minute step. And the number one rule must always be considered, you can never outshine the sun.
By Advertorial · December 13, 2016 • Transcend Series’ cutting edge design and technology creates the perfect solution for over-mantle mounting.
By Dan Sait · May 25, 2014 • Ultra High Definition (4K) video performance, high-quality audio and a rotating stand combine in this statement Bang & Olufsen TV
By Jason Knott · December 28, 2011 • NPD DisplaySearch report shows dip in penetration of 3D flat panel displays, just the opposite of growing 3D trend in projection category.
By Tom LeBlanc · November 25, 2009 • Includes a Crestron-controlled waterfall, nine TVs and custom close-ups of the field. Installers had one week to install the components before Dallas’ home opener.
By Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2009 • The California Energy Commission's ruling treats all TVs the same, regardless of the application: hospitals, digital signage, or your bedroom TV. California retailers will suffer.
By Steve Crowe · November 19, 2009 • CEDIA released a statement saying it is "outraged by the adoption of the unnecessary and harmful regulation regarding the California TV energy efficiency standard the CEC chose to adopt."
By Steve Crowe · November 18, 2009 • "CEA is extremely disappointed in the CEC's decision to regulate TV energy use. Simply put, this is bad policy - dangerous for the California economy, dangerous for technology innovation and dangerous for consumer freedom."
By CE Pro Editors · November 18, 2009 • California Energy Commission approves nation's first efficiency regulations for TVs up to 58 inches. Stricter standards start Jan. 1, 2011.