By Lisa Johnston
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Paris – Swissvoice today announced it will bring its ePure mobile accessories line to the United States and Canada for the first time through an exclusive partnership with Amazon.com.
The ePure line adds home phone features to a docked smartphone, tablet or PC, including ergonomic handsets and hands-free speakers.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
Murrieta, Calif. – ECBC, a newcomer to the CE accessories field, has introduced a new line of high-density ballistic nylon device bags and cases.
The company's B7 series includes backpacks, messenger bags and tote bags that combine a rugged exterior with a double-diamond rip-stop lined interior.
B7 backpacks are available in three sizes with a high-density foam pocket to accommodate laptops up to 17 inches.
Indianapolis - Silicon Image is at CEDIA Expo showing a variety of connectivity solutions for mobile, DTV and home theater applications.
On display is Silicon Image's InstaPrevue technology, what the company is calling "the next evolution in HDMI fast switching technology." The technology provides live picture-in-picture thumbnail views of what is playing on each HDMI port, taking the guesswork out of switching between HDMI sources. To change HDMI sources, a user highlights and selects the desired thumbnail view using the TV's remote control.
Salt Lake City — CE accessory manufacturer Zagg announced CEO and chairman Robert Pedersen has stepped down.
Randall Hales, president and COO, has been named interim CEO, and Cheryl Larabee has been named chairperson of the board of directors.
Zagg said in a statement that its board of directors will conduct a search for a new permanent CEO. According to its website, Pedersen co-founded Zagg and is the company’s largest shareholder.
The XDJ-Aero is engineered to wirelessly play tracks from smartphones, tablets and laptops using a mobile app or the company’s Rekordbox software. Users can mix and arrange tracks stored on their devices via Wi-Fi, as well as on USB memory devices and computers via included DJ software.
The XDJ-Aero can also create its own wireless access point when Wi-Fi isn’t available or not in range, Pioneer said. The app reportedly allows up to four devices to be identified as sources for playback.