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Installation Profile: Intelligent Design 
By Jack Kontney
Founded in 1853, the California Academy of Sciences (CAS) is one of the cultural jewels of the San Francisco area. It houses an aquarium, a natural history...

Picture This: Consumer Electronics Show 2009  
By Jeff Sauer
Even before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) started, it was clear that the economy would have an effect on the event. High-profile manufactures had...

A Look at the Telepresence Market, Part 1 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the news of the global recession keeps getting worse—more layoffs, lower sales, less demand for products and services—companies are looking for ways to spend their capital budgets wisely and cut travel expenditures without compromising business goals. ...

How Digital Signage Can Help in a Tough Economy 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage appears to be substantially insulated from the general cutbacks in spending for technology and advertising. Austin, Texas-based DisplaySearch just released its 2009 forecasts, which predict robust 44 percent growth in unit volume for LCD and plasma screens used for digital signage and large-format commercial display applications...

Increasing Installer Efficiency in a Down Economy 
By Chris Mauzy
There is no doubt that we are in a difficult economy right now. As small-business owners, employees, and consumers, we are all keeping our wallets closed these days....

Trend Watch 2009 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the mainstream news indicates, this year will be a challenging one for businesses of all kinds. The corporate market, in particular, has weathered the dual blows of soaring travel costs and the crash of the financial services sector...

2009 Trends: Growth in Proven Applications 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage, though not immune to a tough economy, has some advantages in a downturn, according to analyst Chris Connery, who is vice president for PC and large-format commercial displays at DisplaySearch...

Consumer Electronics Numbers Worse Than Predicted 
By Rebecca Day
With the International Consumer Electronics Show opening this week in Las Vegas, the electronics industry finds itself reeling from a punishing holiday sales season. ...

Not Built for Video 
By Dan Daley
In the grand scheme of things, 1980 doesn't seem so long ago in the house-of-worship market, but in the context of media systems that integrate with houses...

Picture This: D-Day for DTV 
By Jeff Sauer
What do Jan. 1, 1954, and Feb. 17, 2009, have in common? One is and the other presumably will become among the most important dates in television history, from a technology standpoint anyway, aside from the launch of broadcast television itself...

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