philips electronics

Global Smart Connected Cooking Appliances Market 2017-2021

  • Posted on: 8 November 2017
  • By: chw staff

Technavio released their latest market study of the global smart connected cooking appliances market, according to the report titled ‘Global Smart Connected Cooking Appliances Market 2017-2021’, we can expect to see a CAGR of close to 20% between 2017 and 2021.  The study looked at Ranges, Ovens and others from manufacturers such as Robert Bosch, LG Electronics, Samsung, Behmor, Koninklijke Philips, Haier (GE Appliances), Breville, and Whirlpool.

Philips Expands its HealthSuite into the Cloud with AWS IoT

  • Posted on: 18 October 2015
  • By: Emma Thompson

In order to improve care providers patients relationship management Philips is expanding its HealthSuite platform in partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS).  The new AWS IoT platform will make it easy for devices to connect to AWS services, which will expand the connectivity, capabilities and services of Philips' HealthSuite digital platform.

Partners HealthCare At Home Selects Philips TeleHealth Solutions

  • Posted on: 5 May 2014
  • By: chw staff

Massachusetts based connected health solution provider, Partners HealthCare At Home (PHH) has selected Philips telehealth solution to improve its services. PHH said they want to reduce readmissions and improve care coordination for newly discharged patients and those with chronic conditions, such as congestive heart failure.

Philips Exits TV Market To Focus on Smart Lighting and Health

  • Posted on: 21 January 2014
  • By: chw staff

Dutch tech firm, Philips electronics has been scaling back and refocusing some of its home solutions, over recent years. The latest is its TV operations, which they own in partnership with TPV Technologies.  Philips announced this week that they have sold their 30 per cent share in TP Vision to majority owner TPV Technologies, to focus on their smart lighting and connected health market.

Screen Dreams Launches App For Yahoo! Connected TV

  • Posted on: 7 December 2011
  • By: chw staff

Screen Dreams has launched its first paid TV application for the Yahoo! Connected TV platform. Screen Dreams specialises in developing Wallpapers, Galleries and Screensavers for flat-panel, HDTVs and DVD players. The new application is to allow users of the Yahoo! Connected TVs to access and stream to their devices well known art works, photography and their own Fireplace and Aquarium videos.

Philips Discontinues Philips Pronto Product Line

  • Posted on: 29 October 2010
  • By: chw staff

The home control market has lost one of its key players; after 30 years Philips said it will no longer manufacture its Philips Pronto remote control because the product line no longer fits with the Philips’ strategy. This comes as a shock to me because I thought they were going well especially with recent releases, like the TSW9500 in-wall Pronto touchscreen and DUAL.  Apparently the company has been looking for a partner to take the Pronto business off its hands since last year but none was found.

Philips Home Control Used Broadcom Bluetooth for Gestural Remote Control

  • Posted on: 12 September 2010
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

Philips RemoteBroadcom and Philips Home Control have combined their technologies to create a new class of remote control for the emerging connected home appliances. The remote was developed using Broadcom Bluetooth technology and Philips expertise in advance wireless input and control solutions, and features Gestural Control for game consoles and other wirelessly connected devices.

New Philips Home Control Dual Remote Offers QWERTY keyboard

  • Posted on: 7 September 2010
  • By: chw staff

Philips has increased its list of Home Control appliances with the release of Philips Home Control Dual. The new Home Control remote will be come the tool of choice for those who want one device that will offer the service of a mouse, keyboard and remote all-in-one without the bulk. The DUAL features a QWERTY keyboard, gesture control, pointer, touchpad, 4 directional keys, and an optical sensor to manipulate an on-screen cursor and form fields without switching devices.