Record Searchlight (Redding, California)
September 13, 2014
In 1914: Killing bedbugs with gasoline was the indirect cause of Daniel Haskins being fatally burned in a fire that destroyed the home of his brother, A.R. Haskins, at Kennett. He was taken to the Mammoth Mine Co. hospital, where he died. The burned home stood near the Merrill sanitarium at Kennett.

USB 3.0 Promoter Group Releases Power and Device Class Specifications
September 12, 2014
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group reported the release of the USB Power Delivery v2.0 and USB Billboard Device Class v1.0 specifications. In its release, the USB 3.0 Promoter Group noted that the USB Type-C specification defines Functional Extensions that enable USB Type-C hosts and devices to support optional capabilities. The Functional Extensions include Alternate Modes, an option that permits a vendor or standards organization to utilize the USB Type-C cable and connector and provide additional features.

Clark to extend waterline to Greene car dealership; Commissioners hope line will boost development locally.
September 12, 2014
The Clark County Utilities Department plans to extend a waterline to a new Subaru dealership in Bath Twp. in Greene County. After 10 months of negotiations, officials are close to finalizing an agreement to extend the waterline from Black Lane to Dayton-Springfield Road, where Wagner Subaru built a new 14,500-square-foot dealership. The extension consists of constructing approximately 700 feet of 8-inch water main and has an estimated construction cost of $52,820, which will be paid for by the dealership, Utilities Director Chuck Bauer said.

NEC Display Upgrades PA Series Multimedia Installation Projectors
September 12, 2014
NEC Display Solutions of America introduced its latest generation of PA Series projectors, succeeding NEC's models in the installation projector category. According to a release from the company, the PA521U (1920x1200 resolution), PA571W (1280x800) and PA621X (1024x768) projectors are ideal choices for many applications, including those in business, government and house of worship, but offer the greatest opportunity for instructors in higher education.

NEC Display Debuts New Generation of PA Series Multimedia Installation Projectors
September 12, 2014
NEC Display Solutions of America unveiled its latest generation of PA Series projectors, succeeding NEC's models in the installation projector category.

Control-Tec Debuts Vehicle Data Recorder
September 12, 2014
Control-Tec reported the launch of its latest Vehicle Data Recorder. "Our customers were eager to deploy CT software into additional use cases and requested a compact VDR that sacrificed nothing in terms of functionality. The powerful CT-600 is our high value response," said Bill Berghoff, Control-Tec Vice President of Sales and Marketing, in a release. "CT-600 is proof that a powerful, affordable VDR can also be compact. Most important, however, is how seamlessly the CT-600 enables customers to access and exploit our industry-leading analytical software tools built upon our Qualifier platform."

Control-Tec Unveils CT-600 VDR
September 12, 2014
Control-Tec reported the launch of its latest Vehicle Data Recorder, the CT-600. The company reported that the CT-600, designed to leverage Control-Tec's evolving portfolio of enterprise software products, represents an entry point into holistic data collection, organization and analysis methodologies.

STMicroelectronics to offer Reference Implementation of Frog by Wyplay Middleware for All Its ARM; R Set-Top-Box SoCs.
September 11, 2014
  Marseille, France; Geneva, Switzerland - (PRWEB) September 11, 2014           Wyplay, creator of software solutions for leading pay-TV operators, and STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, today announced the availability of "Bull Frog" middleware, the Frog by Wyplay Set-top-Box middleware version 2.0 on ST's Cannes and Monaco families of ARM(R) System-on-Chip products. The Companies also disclosed their plan for an extension spanning the full ARM/HEVC product range from Liege2 (STiH301) to the latest UHDp60 family members STiH314/318/414/418.

Bentwood residents concern
September 11, 2014
DURHAM ? While Miriam Velasco takes classes to get a master's degree at N.C. State University, she's living with two siblings at the Bentwood condominium complex at 322 Junction Road. But she's worried her water may be cut off soon, and it's out of her control. The homeowners' association of Bentwood has not been paying the bills for water, she said, because there aren't enough residents in the complex from whom to collect fees.

Jason Hope Looks at the Most Surprising New Internet of Things Items.
September 11, 2014
  Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) September 11, 2014   Anybody could predict the Google Glass or the Apple Watch. "There's a lot more to the Internet of Things than strapping an iPhone to someone's wrist, though," said Jason Hope. These items are some of the most interesting, novel, and surprising new developments made possible by IoT technology:     iKettle     The funny thing about iKettle is how it combines high and low tech in one package. The concept is simple: it lets users turn on the tea kettle from their iPhone, so they can hit the snooze button, start the kettle, and have boiling water ready for some tea or coffee by the time they feel like getting up. This is worth highlighting as a reminder that new ways don't always eliminate old ways. Sometimes, the two enhance each other.     Smart Diapers         Smart diapers will notify parents whenever a diaper needs changing, and even check sodium and hydration labels to identify infections and rashes. This invention helps to show that a user with an Internet of Things-enabled iPhone is sort of like a psychic, able to check a diaper without even looking at it.


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