Monthly Archive
for: ‘February, 2009’

House Approves Analog Cutoff Delay

Washington — The House of Representatives approved legislation Wednesday, 264-158, to delay the analog cutoff  TV date 115 days to June 12, 2009. The measure, which was identical to a bill passed unanimously by the Senate for a second time, will now be sent to President Obama, who is expected to sign it into law. House Republicans, […]

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NYT Control4 Article – Remote Home Control

Are you interested in being able to set the temperature of your home, making sure the lights are off, getting video notification when motion sensors are triggered, whether you’re next door or in another country? If so, read this article in the New York Times about our home automation partner Control4. Technology has left a […]

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Choosing an HDTV and Entertainment System

photo © 2010 LGEPR | more info (via: Wylio) In an earlier article we discussed how TV is changing. High definition is not coming; it is here! with clear, realistic picture and full, rich sound. As of the winter of 2007 – 2008, 25% of American households own at least one HD TV. Prices have […]

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Peace of Mind with Low-Cost Home Monitoring

“It will alert you…of a power failure, low temperature or water leakage.”

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