Stylish Camcorder Line Now Available in Six New Eye-Catching Patterns and a Variety of Colors; Features 1080p HD Video Capture, a 5X Optical Zoom Model and 3-inch Touch Screen
DXG Luxe Collection, Zanzibar Line - Zebra Print
LAS VEGAS, NV – Consumer Electronics Show – January 6, 2011
– With the ever increasing demand for personalized electronics, DXG delivers with its new ultra slim 2011 Luxe Collection of fashionable, high definition camcorders. The new collection features several stylish patterns in attractive color combinations and high quality video recording features, including full 1080p high definition, a 3-inch LCD touch screen display, and a 5X optical zoom model. Select DXG Luxe models are available at retailers today for $149.99 to $199.99.
Gracenote’s Video Explore, VideoID and MusicID Transform TVs and Media Devices into Gateways to Explore, Discover and Interact with Media
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — Jan. 6, 2011 —Gracenote® today announced its connected TV technologies have been adopted by leading home entertainment brands to bring richer and more interactive experiences to consumers, as well as drive new revenue opportunities for display and media device manufacturers and content providers. These technologies will be announced in new products from Sony Electronics Inc. and LG Electronics at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week.
Deal Rounds Out Year of Momentum in Automotive for Gracenote; Company to Showcase Concept ‘Car of the Future’ at Consumer Electronics Show
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — Jan. 6, 2011 —Gracenote® today announced it has signed an agreement with Paris-based Parrot, a global leader in wireless devices for mobile phones, to provide its digital file recognition and speech-enhancing technologies for Parrot ASTEROID, a new connected car stereo that delivers an unparalleled hands-free user experience for accessing music collections in the car.
Gracenote’s MediaVOCS Integrates with Ford Sync Technology to Recognize Artist Nicknames and Hard-to-Pronounce Names with Speed and Accuracy
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — January 6, 2011 —What’s in a name? Music fans would say a lot, especially if their favorite artists have more than one and they’ve had trouble finding them in their digital music library. From Bowie to Old Blue Eyes, The Fab Four to The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, artist nicknames have been known to cause problems with all voice recognition systems.
Discover Technology Redefines Music Recommendations and Lets Consumers Build Their Own Music Channels Based on Mood, Tempo, Genre and Origin
LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Consumer Electronics Show (CES) — Jan. 6, 2011 —Gracenote® today announced the next generation of its Discover™ music recommendation technology, which will feature the use of sonic attributes such as Mood and Tempo and music descriptors like Genre, Origin, Era and Artist Type, to deliver smarter, more relevant track, artist and album recommendations as well as enable customers to offer personalized, one-touch Music Channels. The technology will allow music services to deliver a personal music experience for consumers when and where they want it, from mobile phones, tablets and media players to the desktop, connected televisions and other home digital entertainment device
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