PubMatic, the automated platform for for buying and selling digital advertising, is readying a public offering that will raise over $1 billion, acco...
Vegas certainly isn't the first to wrestle with the disruptive force of ride share services. And it certainly won't be the last.
The idea that household appliances need Internet-connected capabilities has always seemed over the top. The products are finally becoming practical. However, before these technologies become mainstream the industry will need to address a major issue: Can they convince consumers that these devices are secure and non-invasive?
At CES 2014, I had the privledge of talking to Sean Lyons, Global Chief Digital Officer of Havas Worldwide. Sean, who in a previous life managed the global Nike account, has incomparable experience when it comes to brands using technology to connect with consumers.
Wearable computing dominated CES 2014; however, no one really talks about the man we all owe a round of applause to for this revolution and movement to wearable computing and technology. That man's name is Scott Wilson.
With the chaos of the holidays and CES (Consumer Electronics Show) now behind us, I took some time to reflect on what a crazy year it has been. As the...
The Chief Creative Officer of Moxie, Anthony Reeves, and I chatted at CES a few weeks ago about brands embracing technology in order to make meaningful connections with consumers. Watch as he and I discuss the power of an idea, the challenges that come with the ever-changing tech landscape, and why we both love working in digital.
Is technology bringing us together or is it distancing us from each other? A few weeks ago, at CES in Las Vegas, I sat down with Global Chief Content Officer at Havas Worldwide, Vin Farrell, to talk about if technology helps or hurts brands connect with humans.
Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain, who is known as the creator of the Webby Awards, is finding large audience for her Web series called "The Future Starts ...
For that global market of a billion or more "seniors" there is not only the desire to look and feel better, but the need to find solutions for better health overall.
At the 2014 CES, I saw this "flurry" in person, dozens of health activity trackers along with a growing number of medically-oriented devices to measure heart rate, blood glucose, lung function, and other more clinical metrics beyond steps and calorie intake.
Whatever one thinks of Las Vegas 51 weeks out of the year (and it's a good bet you're right), for one week each year the city is home to Disneyland for adults.
As a tech journalist, it's my job to be skeptical about bleeding-edge technology, and I have plenty of hesitation when it comes to recommending ultra-high-definition TV. I don't to want count it out, but I can't buy into the hype just because the industry is heavily invested in it.
Fueled by the energy of the wonderful women I met at the Girls' Lounge, I encourage you to mentor and/or find a female mentor within your organization. Host a ladies' lunch among your colleagues and keep the dialogue open and honest.
Growing wireless dependence has also focused attention on a looming threat to our wireless future -- lack of available spectrum to handle all the mobile data.
Up and down the halls of CES, new and exciting items comprising "The Internet of Things" surround us. Tech geeks everywhere can rejoice as the next wa...