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Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
There’s certainly no lack of interesting DIY home monitoring cameras at CES2016. The original Oco is here, still featuring self-learning sound and motion-detection algorithms, night vision capability, and two-way audio communication. But the diminutive 1280 x 720 (25 fps) camera isn’t alone at the company’s booth.
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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 07, 2016 1 comments
With 25 years of history creating a musical enterprise that expands far outside the 4 walls of the historic nightclub in the UK, Ministry of Sound is putting their name on a series of Bluetooth speakers.

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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
Australian manufacturer Audiofly is showing off their latest audiophile-grade in-ear monitors at CES.

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SV Staff Posted: Jan 07, 2016 3 comments
The consumer electronics landscape was a very different place 30 years ago. There was no Internet. The marriage of audio and video had yet to be consummated. Brick-size cellphones were a curiosity/status symbol...
Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
EZVIZ makes cheap—no, that’s not right, because they’re high-quality so let’s say very affordable—cameras for DIYers to use to monitor homes and apartments without breaking the bank in the process. The company’s cameras are also small, unobtrusive, and, importantly, not ugly. I tried out the EZVIZ Mini last year and was quite impressed with the performance and form factor, especially considering the $69 price. Now EZVIZ is introducing several new models that, if they live up to their pre-release promises, will be even more exciting.
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Leslie Shapiro Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
The Onkyo DP-X1 is a powerful pocket-size portable digital audio player. Expandable up to 432 GB with two micro-SDXC slots with up to 200GB capacity each, the DP-X1 can handle hours and hours of Hi-Res audio files.

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Ken C. Pohlmann Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
The XDP-100R is already available in some overseas markets (most notably in Japan, where enthusiasm for hi-res audio is very healthy) but now the player is available for us nephews and nieces of Uncle Sam.

Darryl Wilkinson Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
Have you heard of Riva Audio? Yeah, me neither—until earlier this evening when I attended a press reception in the Riva Audio suite at the Westgate Hotel in the midst of all the craziness that is CES. Riva currently offers two extremely well-reviewed models of portable, rechargeable, Bluetooth speakers: the water-resistant Turbo S and the larger, more powerful Turbo X. (You can read Lauren Dragan’s review of the Turbo X here. But that’s just the beginning for the young company, because Riva plans to introduce a wireless, multiroom speaker ecosystem later this year.
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John Sciacca Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
Back in the day, canaries would be carried down into mine tunnels to warn of any dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide. When the canary died, you knew it was time to get the heck out of dodge. This modern Canary is designed to protect your house while you’re away and notify you of any break-ins.

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John Sciacca Posted: Jan 07, 2016 0 comments
Design Screen's incredibly innovative projection screen folds into a piece of art when not in use.

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