In-Stat has reported that 50 percent of tablet owners are now viewing both television programming and motion pictures on their portable devices.
The new UltraStudio 3D is a portable capture and playback device with full resolution, dual stream 3D support.
There were no outages or infrastructure damage to cellular networks during the recent East Coast earthquake and hurricane, although traffic volume was high.
Just when audio mixing engineers were finally getting comfortable with 5.1 surround sound and other types of multichannel audio formats for sophisticated
In the spring of 2010, Michael Bivona, vice president of engineering at MTV Networks, was faced with a perplexing challenge. He was tasked by the company's
The Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act is designed to ensure the accessibility to broadband, wireless, and Internet technologies for people with disabilities.
Three years after the worst advertising recession in decades, more stations are adding newscasts and, in some cases, employees.
The new weather layer on Google Maps displays current conditions and temperatures around the world and is designed to make travel planning easier.
Mark Dean, one of the IBM engineers who designed the first IBM PC, says the venerable device is going away due to market forces.
The idea is to reach out to the freelance audio community and get them “certified” on the Vista console.
iSuppli predicted that connected consumer electronics sales will top 503.6 million units in 2013, up from 161 million in 2010.
FCC officials said more testing of a modified LightSquared proposal is necessary to address interference issues.
The plan allows text messaging, as well as live video streaming, automatic alarm, or medical sensors and other data services.
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