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Jim HunterJim Hunter, chief technology officer of Nearmedia, remotely dims a bedroom light at his Florida home with his Palm 700. At Connections: The Digital Home Conference and Showcase, Hunter demonstrated how his company's software, with help from chips from Echelon, can control a multitude of devices.
Nearmedia was among many technology companies presenting their products at the event, which took place this week in Santa Clara, Calif.
Hunter demonstrates how Nearmedia's software, along with chips made by Echelon, can also remotely control music and blinds.