It seems as though all tech companies want to cozy up to the mommy market. And why wouldn't they?
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that within ten years ad agencies will become redundant. So will marketing companies. The company of the future is a storytelling company.
I'm told the spectacle that is CES is something that has to be seen to be believed. A technical extravaganza of epic proportions. So what on earth, you may ask, may excite a self-professed techno inept enough to venture forth into the wilds of the world's largest electronic mosh pit?
Each year at the International CES we host a series of exhibits and conferences that look at the other 70 percent (moms and kids) and how they use gear and gadgets differently than most of the engineers who create them.
Overall, at first glance, CES is entirely overwhelming, but it would not have reached this level of success without it being a fully functional event. So don't be intimidated -- just dive right in.
In other cities across the U.S. if you don't have "the look" you aren't getting into the club. Period. Not so in Vegas, if you have the money then you have the look.
Silicon Valley thrives on disruption; academia thrives on tradition. That's a recipe for tension.
From tech toys to fashion-forward gear and on-the-go gifts that tackle health and wellness while away, this guide covers all lifestyle aspects for the travel savvy.
I am writing this memo to bring to your attention an extremely important and very serious matter. You absolutely must attend the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas this January.
Here are three aspects of CES 2013 to watch out for, regardless of whether you're in the market for a must-have device or eager to launch a new brand or technology to the global marketplace.
It seems insane all my content and stuff can't just go anywhere, anytime regardless of the logo on the back of the device. Microsoft never seemed to get it right, perhaps because they never truly embraced the cloud. I can only hope Google fares better.
Art Basel is set to whip Miami into a sea-foamy art-star laden froth these next few days, but art on the street is the unofficial engine that will be ...
Watching Netflix on a PS3? No problem. Control it remotely with the iPhone. But perhaps the most awesome connected device is the connected Snow Goggle, featuring a straight-from-SciFi-heads-up display. The connected phone/tablet is here in a way that the connected PC never was.
During my visit to the CES, I came across many vendors that made cases, coverings and batteries to protect and charge everything from the iPhone to the MacBook.
At CES this year, with WPP's chief Sir Martin Sorrell flying in from London and Publicis' chairman Maurice Levy in from Paris, along with hundreds...
at the 2012 CES, we saw devices that are allowing consumers to not just be passive receivers, as they have in the past, but that are taking hold of the ability to create, connect, interact, and share.