What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, January 19, 2018? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
The University of Richmond invested in collaborative education using Atlona products to leverage HDBaseT support for video, including 4K.
In addition to X, T, and L series models, the notebooks from Lenovo include the Miix 630, the hardware maker’s first Windows 10 device powered by an ARM-based processor.
Optoma has released a new line of projectors as part of the Optoma ProScene line, with lenses designed to deliver even greater flexibility.
TIDE will make ISE 2018 debut in Amsterdam in February, then head to Las Vegas for InfoComm 2018 and might become staple of other worldwide AVIXA events.
Turns out Super Mario Bros is popular among artificial intelligence too, thanks to a YouTuber that shows how artificial intelligence learns.
Intelligent document capture in many companies is done with outdated technology that doesn’t accomplish the goal. Here’s some help.
The move from NEC Display Solutions will increase the warranties on five lamp-based projectors from 2 years to 3 years, and include InstaCare warranty program.
Yale has released the long-awaited lock in collaboration with Nest at CES 2018. The partnership hopes to build on the smart device portfolio of both companies.
The DOOH (digital out of home) industry is thriving, which means location data has cemented its place in technology’s present and future.