I'm not sure when the "pinkifying" of technology started, but I first noticed it a few years ago when QVC sold an Asus netbook in two color choices, hot pink and copper. It must have done well, because soon girly netbooks were airing daily.
TechCrunch calls this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the year of the "Gadget start-up" - but the new model -- young, underage designers launch...
LAS VEGAS -- Interactive ads on the XBox gaming system are delivering a 37% engagement rate, according to data released this week by Microsoft. At...
Even though she's cool with the fact that everyone's seen her grow up on TV during Jersey Shore, she insists that as a 25-year-old mother with engagement ring, she's still not exactly a real adult. "I'm just older," she insists.
Live from the Samsung SMART Studio at CES 2013, rap artist Xzibit discusses using technology to interact directly with fans and reveals details about...
Live at the Samsung SMART studio of CES 2013, "America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon chats about online marketing and branding, how he and wife Mariah Carey keep paparazzi away using Twitter and his new Monster headphones, NCredibles.
Aside from will's insanely amazing shoes, most notable about his appearance is the smartphone case hanging from his neck, which, he tells us, is his own design.
Live from the Samsung SMART Studio at CES 2013, Russell Simmons and Awesomeness TV CEO Brian Robbins chat about their upcoming collaborative "All Def Digital" YouTube network, which Simmons projects as a production empire of music, comedy, poetry, and much more.
At this year's CES, we will see accelerated developments in some of the arenas that have been popular in the last few years, such as Smart TVs, mobile technology, automotive technology and the cloud. These products continue to be of interest to the consumer.
At this year's 2013 International CES, there will be approximately 3,000 new product introductions. But, how many of them will make it to market and become household names?
Some people might think that the Christmas season lasts those musical 12 days. But for me, it's the 15 days of Christmas. Because that's when my true love gives me the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show.
This isn't "post-industrial publishing," this is the dawn of "beyond category" publishing. Andrew Sullivan's work is a great example. Content and living beyond the category compelled him to reach farther.
We feel very lucky to be a small part of the broader CES picture this week, but we also hope the presence of companies like ours at this great event signals a new era for hardware startups and for products designed to solve real and important needs -- consumer or otherwise.
During this week's Consumer Electronics Show, the industry's focus will be on smartphones. Major manufacturers will roll out shiny new mobile phones, tablets and "phablets," which are large hybrid devices. But are smartphone users looking to buy the next "cool" gadget?
Big screens? Giant big screens? Hugely large big screens in 3D? Smarter phones? iOS, Android, Windows 8...telepathy? Bluetooth-connected feet war...
The wide appeal of CES makes it a great forum for technology professionals to share and learn about the latest innovations. This year we are getting in on the action by helping kickstart what will be a big year for the perceptual computing market.