Thursday December 31, 2009
As 2009 draws to a close and we turn our calendars over to 2010, our thoughts and sincere thanks go out to the community, whose spirit and support has contributed so much to making Remote Central a great place to be, and our advertisers whom without we could not survive.
Please accept my heartfelt appreciation – and all the best for the coming year!
- Daniel & RemoteCentral.com
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/31 at 11:10 PM
Friday December 25, 2009
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/25 at 6:14 AM
Wednesday December 16, 2009
Philips has just released a major update for their Pronto family of remote controls. The major changes include a resesigned user interface, iPhone-style gestures, UPnP/DLNA support, rotary wheel enhancements, UDP communications and much more. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/16 at 2:47 PM
Thursday December 10, 2009
Now available, our CEDIA Expo 2009 Virtual Tour offers a taste of what it's like to be at CEDIA in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as showing you the latest in universal remote controls. This year our report features interviews with 4 of the biggest names in remote controls, all talking about their newest offerings. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/10 at 8:45 AM
CEDIA 2009: it was the straw the broke the camel’s back. Our longest video yet necessitated a total revamping of our video delivery system – which means more quality at smaller sizes! All 15 of our video reports are now available in MPEG-4 format, and 10 of them are in high definition. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/10 at 8:08 AM
Thursday December 3, 2009
Over the past few years, the specialty remote control market has had a number of notable attempts to come up with the perfect “simple” remote. Entrepreneur Dan Pitkow discovered unexpected interest in the remote he had designed for his father, who suffers from Alzheimer’s Disease, and founded Flipper LLC to market his creation. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/03 at 7:56 AM
Tuesday December 1, 2009
I've just finished upgrading our News RSS feed to support formatting
) line breaks, assuming your reader supports those. Not that these news teasers use too much of that sort of thing in the first place, but it should make things just a little bit nicer.
Along the same line, the Forum RSS feeds have had several corrections applied, as their HTML support was just plain wrong. Both feeds now look better and validate perfectly!
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/01 at 7:13 PM