The roll-out of mesh-based router technology continues, with TP-Link Technologies Co. Ltd. announcing its new Deco, a compact consumer router aiming to provide easy wireless connectivity at a moderate price point.
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Ahead of the NAB show, April 22-27 in Las Vegas, Adobe Systems Inc. has announced a major update to its Creative Cloud software suite, focused on improving collaborative video workflows.
Linksys, a part of Belkin International Inc., is bringing MU-MIMO technology a step closer to the mainstream, with its affordable new Max Stream EA8300 Tri-Band router.
Having spent several years as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intel Corporation, McAfee LLC is now once more operating as a standalone company, with plans to “expand upon its leading security solutions platform.”
Lowe’s Canada has announced Holoroom How To, described as “an on-demand virtual reality skills clinic” that can help customers learn DIY techniques in a safe simulated environment.
The users-rights advocacy group Defective By Design has launched an interesting new campaign to stop the impending inclusion of copy-protection as part of the World Wide Web standard. People are being asked to phone Tim Berners-Lee, the originator of the Web, and voice their objections.
Puro Sound Labs has proudly announced that its BT2200 Studio Grade Children's Bluetooth Headphones have received the 2017 Made for Mums Gold award, in the UK. Criteria include comfort and sound quality, but especially volume-limiting to safeguard against hearing loss.
MaxusTech, in Shenzhen, China, is launching a new device for control of IoT and other digital devices. Welle is said to turn any surface into a smart interface, recognizing using hand gestures by means of sonar technology.
Adobe has updated two of its newest experimental components of the Creative Cloud design suite: the Adobe XD design prototyping tool, and Project Felix 2D/3D compositing tool.
Warner Bros. Pictures and HTC Vive have announced an exclusive partnership covering "all content" as well as "online and offline activations" relating to the release of Steven Spielberg's film Ready Player One.
At the Adobe Summit yesterday, Adobe Systems Inc. unveiled the Adobe Experience Cloud, a newly expanded and integrated set of services intended to help enterprises deploy and manage 'customer experiences' across both traditional and Internet platforms.