|CNNCTD+100 x Casio LampFree™ Projectors at Scope Art Show|
December 29, 2012
CNNCTD+ collaboration with Casio in the making of CNNCTD+100, an interactive display of 100 creative influencers and cultural leaders, at Scope Art Show in Miami.
|Senior center uses grant to purchase iPads|
March 14, 2011
The Avon Senior Center in Avon, Connecticut, was recently the recipient of a bouquet of balloons and $1,500 - the latter of which will be used to purchase new iPads, the Avon News reports.
|Apple launches iPad 2|
March 3, 2011
Apple CEO Steve Jobs made his return to the public spotlight this week to unveil the long-awaited, much-anticipated follow-up to his company's popular iPad.
|Alabama library books go digital|
February 7, 2011
The Thomas B. Norton Public Library in Gulf Shores, Alabama, recently enhanced its services to its visitors by adding a variety of new tablets and eReaders to its facility, Baldwin County Now reports.
|BCS Review lauds Casio Green Slim Projector|
November 17, 2010
With environmentally friendly features and high performance, entertainment website BSCReview.com recently applauded Casio’s Green Slim Projector.
|Art gallery captions new installation for hearing impaired|
October 8, 2010
The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. is offering visitors the option to activate closed captioning when viewing an accompanying video for its new Archimboldo, 1526-1593: Nature and Fantasy exhibition, featuring the work of Guiseppe Archimboldo, Government Video reports.
|New tech brings videoconferencing to the living room|
October 6, 2010
With an arsenal of new technology available and high-speed internet access becoming ubiquitous, the time is right for videoconferencing technology in the home, CNN recently reported.
|Library to hold online music video conference|
September 27, 2010
The Dodge City Public Library in Dodge City, Kansas, will hold a video conference class to teach people about contemporary music devices, the Dodge City Daily Times reports.
|Casio website offers virtual tour of Green Slim Projectors|
September 1, 2010
Casio recently announced an update to its website that gives a 3D virtual tour of its full projector line.
|New government office to help provide energy-efficient technology|
May 7, 2010
A new part of the General Services Administration will help federal government offices incorporate green technology into their day-to-day operations, influencing purchasing decisions and moving toward President Barack Obama's stated goals of reduced carbon footprints for government operations.
|Computers can be part of home theater setups, too|
May 5, 2010
Incorporating a high-end laptop PC like a MacBook Pro into an existing home theater setup can offer flexibility and access to a large amount of content that wouldn't otherwise be viewable, according to tech website Helium.
|Advanced display technology helps Broadway's first punk rock musical|
May 3, 2010
American Idiot, a Broadway musical based on the album of the same name by pop-punk band Green Day, utilizes extensive modern display technology to provide its splashy visual effects, according to technology blog CrunchGear.
|The show must go on: Projector assists in volcano-thwarted wedding|
April 19, 2010
Sympathetic hotel staff, Skype's VoIP service, and a computer projector helped an Australian couple share their marriage vows with friends and family in the UK when they were stranded in Dubai by the volcanic ash clouds stopping air traffic from reaching much of Europe.
|Casio launches website to promote Green Slim projector info|
April 15, 2010
Electronics maker Casio announced today that its new site, greenslimprojector.com, has gone live, providing news and information about the world of projectors and related applications. The site should help the company disseminate information about its recently released line of energy-efficient projectors.
|Silicon Valley business leaders offer opinions on health bill|
March 29, 2010
The passage of landmark healthcare reform legislation is set to make its mark on almost every walk of American life, and the tech sector is no exception. Some Silicon Valley businesspeople spoke to the San Francisco Chronicle about what the health bill would mean to their sectors.
|Green technology could help college grads save on loans|
March 22, 2010
The state of Connecticut plans to distribute $6 million in loan refunds to college graduates who go to work in green industries, according to the Associated Press.