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Yale Locks show InTouch Locks that speaks Z-wave 0

Yale Locks show InTouch Locks that speaks Z-wave

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Peter Williams joined Todd at the TPN Live CES coverage. Peter is from Yale Locks. It’s their first year at CES and they are showing Smart locks. Running off 4- AA batteries, the touchscreen is incorporated to open deadbolts. Not only will it unlock the door, you will get notification as to when and what is unlocked. Each person can have their own code. With integration of Z-Wave, you can get these locks integrated into a security system. Being Z-Wave compliant means you can get a better hold on who is coming and...

Icron Extends USB 500 Meters over Ethernet to 40 KM over Fiber 0

Icron Extends USB 500 Meters over Ethernet to 40 KM over Fiber

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Robert Haefling joins Jeff and Esby on the TPN Live CES coverage. He is from Icron – a company that makes solutions for cabling. KVMs and USB over Networks, Fiber and Wireless. As an IT pro, I have dealth with cables for a long time. When we went to wireless computers, I was ecstatic. Imagine how happy I will be when you can run a USB drive over ethernet. That is what Icron does – they make devices that let you set up a USB camera in one room and run to another room...

Snapstick Brings Video from Phone to TV with Flick of a Wrist 1

Snapstick Brings Video from Phone to TV with Flick of a Wrist

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Balaji Krishnan joins Jeff and Esby on the TPN Live CES coverage. He created Snapstick – an application that lets you go from mobile device to TV with the flick of the wrist. The process is straightforward – you call up the media on your mobile device – Smartphone, Tablet or whatever. Once you find the video you want to watch, just flick it and it shows up on the TV. You don’t even need to be in front of the TV. You can “throw” the media to your TV device. Movies, pictures,...

SnakeByte Gaming Remotes for Wii, PS3 0

SnakeByte Gaming Remotes for Wii, PS3

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Mitch Perliss joins Esby and Jeff for the TPN Live CES converage. He is with SnakeByte – a company that sells extras for gaming. Dealing with Wii and PS3, they have multiple joysticks and more. They are going to be the first 3rd party company with a Wii Controller. The company also has other controllers and a bathroom scale that also connects to the systems. Interview by Esbjorn Larsen TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks...

Flixwagon: Streaming for Companies 0

Flixwagon: Streaming for Companies

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Arie Offner and Roi Ginat join Jeff and Esby at the TPN Live CES coverage. They are showing off Flixwagon, a mobile video broadcast and social networking platform. This is a product aimed toward business and corporate users. Verizon will be soon launching the Flixwagon Android application for selected Verizon Android phones. They just worked with MTV to For the most part, this is a system for companies that want internal memos, interviews, how-to’s and more. A secure system that can also be embedded in intranets. This is a fully scalable application and...

LensPen Uses Carbon to Take Fingerprint Oil off iPad, Tablet 0

LensPen Uses Carbon to Take Fingerprint Oil off iPad, Tablet

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Peter Meurrens joins Jeff and Esby on the TPN Live CES coverage. LensPen is a company that makes cleaning devices for cameras. Therefore, the LensPen is no different, except they use an old technology to clean new technology. Carbon. If you ever seen your mother clean certain areas with newspaper, there was a reason. That is because carbon picks up fingerprint oil. Therefore, the carbon pad really cleans your tablet or smartphone a lot better than just using a rag and water. Best part is this product does not dry out. You can...

BigStar.tv Streams to Mobile Devices Like Roku, iPhone, Android 0

BigStar.tv Streams to Mobile Devices Like Roku, iPhone, Android

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Emerald Brooke of BigStar.tv  joins Jeff and Esby in the TPN Live CES coverage. Emerald presents the Bigstar.TV streaming service, which runs current releases, independent films and older TV shows. Even those old cartoons we all love. The service is available to stream to many different devices including iPhone, iPad, Roku, Palm Pre and Android. Movies range from old and new, along with the independant. They offer a 30 day free trial. $4.99 month, or $9.99 with explicit content. Interview by Esbjorn Larsen TPN CES 2011 Live Coverage Sponsors: Thanks to Audible for...

Gammatech Durabook U12C Resists Drops, Spills 0

Gammatech Durabook U12C Resists Drops, Spills

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Paul Kim, VP of Marketing from GammaTech came on the TPN Live CES coverage. GammaTech deals in Rough case computers, including the GammaTech Durabook. It’s a Mag Alloy Case, it can survive a military grade drop (3 foot), this is also a waterproof computer. In fact, if you spill something on it, the laptop has it’s own drain to let the liquid escape. The Durabook runs on the i5 processor. WiFi and expansion modules let you install a CD drive. Two battery ports means a longer work time. The Durabook is rated as...

Jill-e Computer Bags with Fashion, Jack Bags for Men 0

Jill-e Computer Bags with Fashion, Jack Bags for Men

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Jill Wight from Jill-e came on the TPN Live CES coverage. Jill-e sells stylish and fashionable bags for women. Of course, bags are getting more complex. After all, you have to carry a phone, computer, camera, video camera and more. They want to get in, grab and go. That is why Jill-e bags are great – the compartments allow you to find it and grab. The divders are even adjustable. If the fashion of the day changes, then the bag can change with it. You can replace the design of the bag. Just...

Archerfish Solo Outdoor/Indoor Smart Video Surveillance 0

Archerfish Solo Outdoor/Indoor Smart Video Surveillance

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Debbie Shuey from Archerfish Solo joined Andy on the TPN Live CES coverage. Archerfish is a video surveillance system that can learn. You program it to watch for certain events, maybe when the car pulls in at 5 PM on Monday-Friday to understand someone is coming home from work. Once it realizes there is a problem, the camera really goes into work. Archerfish Solo then sends events to phones, email or whatever you want. However, if the neighborhood dog walks through the yard by accident, or if a branch falls down, solo can learn...