As more companies shift to work-from-home or hybrid environments, it becomes increasingly important to make sure that employees aren’t sharing sensitive information with others who aren’t supposed
Inevitably, large businesses will collect all kinds of sensitive data. Often, that’s personal identifiable data (PII) of their customers and employees, or other information that only a select nu
As companies grow, their security and reliability needs evolve. When working with large customers, having empathy for these needs will go a long way.
People — not applications, networks or endpoints — have become the primary security perimeter in today’s cloud-first, choose-the-handiest-device, collaboration-obsessed world.
Zortrax has launched a new printer, the Inkspire, that prints using an LCD to create objects in high-quality resin in minutes. The printer – essentially an upgrade to traditional stereolithograp
Anker, a popular if battery and cable company, recently announced the Mars II projector under its Nebula brand. The company, which primarily sells via Amazon, is expanding out of batteries and cables
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NEC in Japan has <a href="http://www.nec-display.com/jp/press/2010/0203.html">announced</a> [JP] a tot
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/camcorder.jpg">The only info we can find about this camcorder comes from the YouTube video and description, which states it's a first-of-
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/casioprojectoropen.jpg" alt="" />InfoComm is this week and all the AV geeks are burning their pasty skin down in beautiful Orlando, Flori
Available in the coming months from ViewSonic are three 3D-enabled DLP projectors (DLP Link and Nvidia 3D-Vision compatible) with 120Hz refresh rates. The PJD6211 and PJD6221 output 1024×768 XGA
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/ti-dlpe28099s-2nd-generation-3-pico-chipset-in-background-1st-generation-17-pico-chipset-in-foreground.jpg" alt="" />DLP’s first Pico p
Last year, Texas Instruments announced that they had developed what they called their "<a href="http://www.crunch
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/sammbp.jpg" alt="" />What'd I tell you last night? Didn't I say TI's DLP pico projectors would make a splash at CES this year?
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/wowweecinemin.jpg" alt="" />From the makers of those superfluous robotic toys comes a handful of useful and rather interesting offerings
The holidays are approaching and consumers that still have available balance on their credit cards are going to be looking at all those fancy flat screen TVs. But the larger models are still pricey. S
Such a tease you are, Mitsubishi. When this hit my inbox I thought it was one of those small pico projectors crammed into a BlackBerry or something like the 3M MPro110, but it’s a 3.3-pound 7.5- x 8
Large venues like outdoor theaters, churches, and the CrunchGear home office might wanna look at Toshiba’s TDP-WX5400U DLP projector. This bad boy sports dual lamps and even an interchangeable c
If you’re a teacher or a business suit type and like to bore students and colleagues with boring video or presentations then ViewSonic has three DLP projectors for you. The 62 series all have 2x5W s
Digital cinemas are astounding and everyone from common folk to AV nerds can see a huge difference. The problem is that the systems are expensive – damn expensive – like a 100k a screen.
Dell’s latest DLP projector is tiny. Well, not that tiny, but it’s still small enough to fit into your wanna-be a corner office bigwig briefcase. The whole package measures in at 3.64″ x 4.