Friday, March 24th, 2017

September 2016 – Roadway.Media is producing a new technology themed television show called Advanced Broadcast Technology. The show is a traditional technology lecture format that highlights themes and innovation in the broadcast and content creation industries. The inaugural episode will be broadcast on Tuesday Sept 20, 2016 on San Francisco Bay Area Comcast Channel 27, [...]

June 2016 – At the E3 2016 event Maximum Games was showing several new games and technologies. Most of the games were single player games designed for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. One of the games was Road Rage. This is a straight forward motorcycle combat game. The game being released in 2016, has over [...]

March 2016 – At the 2016 HardwareCon in San Leandro, CA, Publisher, entrepreneur and advocate of the Maker movement Tim O’Reilly spoke to the primarily “maker centric” audience about trends and the transition to bigger things. The basis of his talk was all movements that drive change start with enthusiasts. These people have an inherent [...]

February 2016 – Disney Corporation has many divisions and products in the entertainment field. In order to stay at the forefront of technology, Disney both develops and supports new ideas and innovation. One of their mechanisms they use is their Accelerator center located in Southern California. The past two years, the program has been the [...]

January 2016 – Rob Peglar of Micron spoke at the Storage Visions event in Las Vegas on directions in computer memory and how the future will address new approaches for both active memory and storage.  The shift is in part due to the ubiquity of mobile devices that have brought a realization to the thin [...]

September 2015 – The availability of ubiquitous computing with low cost data processing is the current driver for new storage technologies. Both on a direct attach basis or local SAN applications as well as cloud based storage solutions, the challenge to select and optimize the right technology is a growing problem. The upcoming SNIA Storage [...]

June 2015 – At SID Display Week in San Jose we met with VESA to get an update on Display Port. The first demo they were showing was the new interface with the USB-C connector. This single port supports 4 lanes of display port and USB 3.1 protocol including power. The connector does not support [...]

March 2014 – The Game Connection conference held in San Francisco CA this year, had a strong international presence. Developers from the global gaming community were represented in force to meet the financing, publishing, and distribution partners at the show. Organized primarily by the export trade development groups in their native country, the gaming developers [...]

October 5, 2013 – At the Screen in the Home conference held by the Santa Clara Valley IEEE Communication Society and Consumer Electronics Society, the afternoon covered a range of topics from Bannister Lake on Live broadcast sports graphics, Tektronix on monitoring and managing the QOE and QOS of broadcast and cable, and David Schwaderer [...]

October 5, 2013 – At the Screen in the Home conference held by the Santa Clara Valley IEEE Communication Society and Consumer Electronics Society, they had a presentation by RGB Network’s CTO and coFounder Yuval Fisher on Adaptive Bit Rate in the Broadcast marketplace. Adaptive bitrate is being used by VOD providers such as Hulu, [...]