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Date: 2013-09-19
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Organizers of the Milan Fashion Week shows are doing their best to put a dynamic spin on the week, with nonstop presentations and events around the city. The Dsquared label, designed by Dan and Dean Caten, which is normally seen at the end of the week, showed early this season. ...read more >>

Back to School for iPad
The GripBase Podium for teachers and students
It's that time of year again. Time to head back to the classroom. This year, more than any other before, we're returning to school with iPads in tow. As a learning tool, book replacement, or prompt, the Apple iPad is part of the classroom. Newer Technology has made the iPad easier to integrate with the new GripBase Podium.


Report: NSA Hacked Into U.N. Headquarters
A report published Sunday in Der Spiegel indicates the NSA circumvented encrypted videoconferencing networks in the U.N.s New York headquarters.

Auckland Museum Builds Captivating 16-Monitor Video Wall to Promote Exhibits and Attractions
Matrox M-Series graphics cards showcase digital signage content across an expansive 12x7 foot visual platform
The Auckland Museum, one of New Zealand's most popular tourist attractions, recognized the need to modernize the museum entrance's static information display with a more dynamic, multi-monitor approach. Outsourcing the project to Wallflower(r) Advanced Digital Signage, the digital signage firm incorporated two Matrox M9188 PCI Express(r) x16 octal-monitor graphics cards to drive sixteen 40-inch monitors in a four-by-four (4x4) video wall configuration, all from a single PC. The cost-effective digital signage system showcases high-resolution images and video at a total resolution of 7680x4320, providing the museum with an expansive medium to promote featured exhibitions and galleries.



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