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Douglas Boyd, director of the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Program, performs remote control heart surgery.
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Just how important has the television remote control become in our everyday lives?
SideLink[TM] and Remote Control for Windows Vista Media Center, two new remote controls developed by the company to drive the Windows Vista Media Center, will be showcased in the Microsoft exhibit area of this year's CES, booth 7144.
Well-Capitalized Proxy Networks Established to Invest in Proven Software Solutions Used by Thousands of Enterprises Worldwide for Network-Based Remote Control and Screen Recording
Pink Sheets:LINK) a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of human interface products and technologies, announced today that it will unveil two new versions of its award-winning presentation remote controls as well as selected innovative OEM remote control designs and a new remote control interface technology at this week's InfoComm06 Exhibition, to be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
Gehl Company (NASDAQ:GEHL) announces a revolutionary Radio Remote Control System, which allows a telescopic handler operator to control boom functions using a compact, wireless remote control pendant from outside the cab, or from within a personnel work platform.
As people upgrade their living rooms with HDTVs, DVRs and other new components, they are faced with the complexity of new technology and a different remote for each of the new components," said Bryan McLeod, vice president of Logitech's remote control products.
Nasdaq:LINK), a world leader in the development of intuitive interface technologies and solutions for home and business applications, announced today that it will feature a collection of revolutionary new remote control designs plus two new presentation products at this week's InfoComm05 Exhibition, to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 8-10.