Facts, figures, & findings
- Multimedia makes the difference. Dipert, Brian // EDN;6/13/2002, Vol. 47 Issue 13, p29
Comments on the significance of multimedia system to electronic industry. Remarks on the upgrading of electronic products; Application of Versa UltraLite device for audio and video decoding; Accounts on the interaction of software with technical-support personnel.
- the developer's toolbox. // EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p18
Features various electronic media products in the United States. HEURIS' MPEG Export Engine; PRICE Systems LLC's ForeSight 2.0 software solution for forecasting time, effort and costs for commercial and non-military government software projects; AuthenTec's two FingerLoc Software Development Kits.
- The widest world of domestic entertainment. // Adweek Western Edition;10/17/94, Vol. 44 Issue 42, p19
Reports on the National Home Theater Award Search Contest sponsored by the Electronic Industries Association. Promotion of the concept of every home as a multimedia castle; Elements of a home theater; Impact on advertisers.
- Facts, Figures, & Findings. // EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p11
Reports on developments concerning the multimedia systems industry in the United States as of November 1998. Consumer confusion over the difference between digital video (DVD) and Divx; Responses generated by the new products such as DVD-Video players, NetTVs and HDTVs based on a survey...
- Newcomer Ahead in Multimedia Race. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;1/26/91, Vol. 129 Issue 1753, p30
Details the first demonstration of the new home multimedia system which was unveiled earlier this month at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Description of the system; Competition with Philips Co.; Launching of the system in Britain; Use of chips based on Amiga system; Proposed cost; More.
- Winter CES to show its softer side. Gillen, Marilyn A.; Christman, Ed // Billboard;12/25/93, Vol. 105/106 Issue 52/1, p9
Discusses the highlights of the Winter CES trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada for January 1994. Electronics Industries Association/Consumer Electronics Group as trade show sponsor; Focus on multimedia-related software; Expansion of the Multimedia Area and Pavilion; Participants; `Synergy' as a...
- Software developers supply a plethora of titles to meet the multimedia demand. Atwood, Brett // Billboard;1/7/95, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p90
Reports that while multi-media retailers and software developers recover from the highly competitive Christmas season, 1994, the next wave of hot multi-media titles is already expected to be in market early in 1995. New Products at the Winter Consumer Electronics Show (CES); Games; Music-themed...
- EXTREME3 LAUNCHES ON-VEHICLE MULTIMEDIA DATA FUSION SYSTEM. // Multimedia Publisher;Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
This article reports on the launch of an on-vehicle multimedia data fusion system by Xtremex3 in January 2005. Xtremex3 is a unique on-vehicle system that gives amusement park operators the capability to record, store, and sell to each customer dual-format DVD or CD that play back synchronized...
- AGERE INTRODUCES NEW MULTIMEDIA FRAMEWORK FOR MOBILE PHONES. // Multimedia Publisher;Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p2
This article reports on the launch of a multimedia framework for mobile phones by Agere Systems in January 2005. The framework will enable mobile handset vendors to rapidly develop wireless phones supporting the latest advancements in multimedia for such applications as audio and video streaming...