Hillcrest Labs isn't a household name, but if you have a Roku 2 streaming player (and really, you should) the company has entered your home.
Based in Rockville, Md., Hillcrest developed the motion sensing technology used in Roku's remote. So when you're flipping through menus or playing Angry Birds, Hillcrest is behind how it all works.
Hillcrest Labs' Kylo browser for TV viewing on home theater PCs is going open source: The company released the source code for the browser under the Mozilla Public License, hoping that others will pick up some of the development of ... Read Post
Intel has announced the reference design for a set-top box platform that will be powered by its Atom chips and feature motion control technology from Hillcrest Labs. The chipmaker unveiled... Keep reading ? Read Post