Now showing inflight: A lot of of world
August 26, 2014
Would you fly in a windowless plane? In fact, you could be on one in the not-so-distant-future at the rate technology is transforming aircraft design in the search for fuel efficiency.

Global Solid State and Smart Lighting Market Trends Analysis and Forecasts
August 25, 2014
RnRMarketResearch.com offers global smart lighting market and solid state lighting industry research reports with forecasts to 2020 and 2018 respectively. The smart lighting industry report, published in May 2014, is spread across 275 pages, whereas the solid state lighting market research is of 365 pages. The solid state lighting market is forecast to be worth $56.79 billion by 2018 whereas the smart lighting market is projected to hit $56.05 billion by 2020 in these reports. Smart Lighting Marketby Component (Relays, Occupancy Sensors, Actuators, Transmitters, Receivers), Lighting Type (LED, FL, CFL, HID), Connectivity Technology (Wired, Wireless), Application (Commercial, Industrial, Public, Government, Residential) & Geography - Global Forecast & Analysis to 2014-2020 research report says factors like continuing rapid rate of urbanization, increase in the mobility, energy cost are responsible for increasing demand of the smart lighting industry. Such factors have a direct impact on the economic, social and environmental parameters. The smart lighting industry has been focusing on providing better system-wide control over lighting in such a way that the consumption of lighting energy is automatically reduced as much as possible. The introduction of new wireless technologies offers expansion to the capabilities of lighting control.

Super-Slim, Rugged 17-Inch Industrial Touchscreen LCD Monitor Offers Stunning Visual Display
August 25, 2014
City of Industry, CA, August 25, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Axiomtek, one of the world's leading designers and manufacturers of innovative, high-performance and reliable PC-based industrial computers is pleased to introduce P6171, a 17" industrial LCD display with only 28mm in thickness. The P6171 offers a resistive touchscreen with 350nits high brightness and has LED backlighting for power saving. It is equipped with a choice of USB or RS-232 touch control interface, and multiple video inputs of DVI-D, HDMI and DisplayPort, which offers customers a variety of connection options. The P6171 has an industrial-grade IP65/NEMA 4 compliant front bezel which resists water spillage and is specifically designed for POI/POS, self-service Kiosk, HMI and all kinds of heavy-duty industrial field equipment.

Vision Correcting Displays To Replace Spectacles Soon
August 25, 2014
Researchers from MIT and UC Berkeley have developed new display that let visually impaired people read without any need of glasses or contact lens. Monday, August 25, 2014: With the technological achievements and advances, people are working around digital displays all the time. More and more number of people are facing eyesight problems and using spectacles or contact lenses to fix it. The team of researchers from University of Berkeley and MIT have developed a new technology of displays that let you view text and images correctly.

Apple iPhone Production Faces Challenges Ahead Of September Launch
August 25, 2014
The fate of iPhone 6 is still not clear, courtesy complications in manufacturing thinner screens. Monday, August 25, 2014: Apple iPhone 6 has been facing some major production issues as a redesign is needed in a key component just a few days before the expected launch in next month. Till now it's not sure whether the launch will be affected due to this production row or supply numbers of the device will be limited for the consumers.

Epson Introduces Professional-Grade Widescreen HD Projectors with Advanced Connectivity
August 25, 2014
New EX Pro Series Projectors Deliver High Brightness, MHL Connectivity and Easy Setup Features for Versatile Projection Needs LONG BEACH, Calif.,  -- Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide(1), today introduced two new EX Pro series projectors, delivering high brightness and advanced connectivity options, including built-in wireless projection(2) and Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL(®)) support. The new EX7235 Pro ($649*) and EX7230 Pro ($599*) are designed for meeting rooms with ambient light and deliver WXGA resolution for widescreen HD presentations, 3,000 lumens of color light output and 3,000 lumens of white light output(3), and a simple setup suite to ensure flexible placement in virtually any room. "With high brightness, state-of-the-art connectivity and reliable 3-chip 3LCD technology, the Epson EX Pro series brings meeting room projection to the next level," said Eric Uaje, associate product manager, Projectors, Epson America, Inc. "With a range of features such as wireless connectivity and MHL, users can easily connect to their mobile devices and enjoy the added convenience of leaving their laptops at home."

LG first to offer OLED ultra-high-definition TVs
August 25, 2014
Just weeks after announcing the availability of its first curved ultra-high definition LCD TVs, the company has just brought the world's first OLED ultra-high-definition television sets to market.

Kaser Introduces New Secure Cost-Effective Thin Client
August 25, 2014
The high-tech company Kaser has announced the release of their latest product the NetClient. It operates as a thin client a cloud access client and a stand-alone PC. The new product is the next big hit on the market and it will be sold in a reasonable price.

Stretching the Limits
August 01, 2014
Premium Smartphones are trying to woo high-end users with new features and better capabilities. For the budget-conscious general public, these are but sour grapes-desirable features, but at a very high price. The Sony Xperia Z2 is an upgrade to the Xperia Z1 and competes with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8. Let us see how it performs.

June 01, 2014
FULL TEXT The disc is long dead, 3D has left the building, and HD is commonplace on every mobile device. So now it is 4K's turn to be the next must-have video technology. If it's going to be widely adopted before the next big thing comes along, 4K will need to move quickly in order to replace incumbent technologies and defer attention from competing new technologies such as 6K, 8K, UHD 3D, HDR, holography, and lytro-esque post-refocusing photography. (Holography, by the way, differs from 3D in two fundamental ways: your eyes focus on the holographic image rather than the display screen, and you can move around the image as you view it.) Video technologies are advancing at an astounding rate when you consider that the 1941 NTSC standard was the de jure broadcast standard in countries with 60Hz electricity for almost 70 years (although Fiji, Jamaica, and Chile are notable NTSC countries with 50Hz electricity). The story is a similar in 50Hz PAL countries too. During that time. which spans more than two human generations, the biggest improvement came in 1953 when color was added to the second NTSC standard.


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