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Getting Our Kids Active in the Backyard Again

Rabbi Jason Miller | Posted 04.11.2015 | Technology
Rabbi Jason Miller

I arrived early to a recent National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball game and immediately noticed the oddity of players on both teams, in addi...

Sleep: The Biggest Loser at CES 2015

Robin Raskin | Posted 03.23.2015 | Technology
Robin Raskin

Measuring sleep is a bit ephemeral. There are two certainties. First is that you can get widely differing analysis of your sleep from different devices. And second, while they're getting better at measuring your sleep, they're pretty clueless about prescribing a remedy for the sleepless.

7 New Tech Gadgets Every Parent Needs to Know About

Andrea Smith | Posted 03.21.2015 | Technology
Andrea Smith

We all know the feeling of sneaking over to the baby rocker and starting it up again or changing the speed, desperately trying not to wake the baby so you can enjoy just a few more moments of peace and quiet. mamaRoo has you covered with their new connected baby rocker.

The Best of CES 2015

Julio Fernandez | Posted 03.13.2015 | Technology
Julio Fernandez

The 2015 International CES has come to an end and as we predicted, this year's most popular exhibits involved health and sensors.

CES 2015 Preview: Wearable Tech to Help Keep New Year's Resolutions

Julio Fernandez | Posted 03.07.2015 | Technology
Julio Fernandez

This year I want to take advantage of health and fitness trackers to help me reach and maintain new goals like never before. Whether you are an Olympic athlete or an average Julio, everyone can benefit from wearable tech.

Help! My Phone Has More Accessories Than Me

Robin Raskin | Posted 03.01.2015 | Technology
Robin Raskin

I've got my clothes laid out on one side of the bed. The other side belongs to my phone and its accessories. Guess who's better dressed? Here's what's on my list for the trip out to CES in Las Vegas this year.

The Evolution of Demography

Shelly Palmer | Posted 02.07.2015 | Technology
Shelly Palmer

The 2015 International CES is just around the corner. If you walk the show floors (there will be several this year) one of the first things you will n...

Making Good Digital Stuff for Kids Is Magic

Robin Raskin | Posted 12.10.2013 | Technology
Robin Raskin

For kids being digital is like breathing oxygen -- it's just something that you do. For the makers of quality kids digital media it's like being a gr...

CES 2014: What To Look Forward To

Shelly Palmer | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology
Shelly Palmer

The 2014 International CES (January 7-10 in Las Vegas) is around the corner. Thinking back to last year's show, there were a few trends that stood out...

The Parent's Guide to College Kids Circa 2014

Robin Raskin | Posted 11.06.2013 | Technology
Robin Raskin

Just because you can, doesn't mean you should be in constant contact. Remember: They're going. You're staying. Advice is one thing. Helicopter parenting is another.

Eight Great Pieces of Gear to Take Kayaking

Robin Raskin | Posted 08.09.2013 | Technology
Robin Raskin

As the founder and producer of the Sports and Fitness Tech Summit at CES each year, I feel the need to take the tools of the high-tech outdoor sport...

Techies Revved Up for Annual CES Revelations

Doug Olenick | Posted 02.11.2013 | Technology
Doug Olenick

Is there anything more fun than gathering with 150,000 of your closest friends and colleagues to see the latest and greatest that technology has to offer?

Ten Steps the U.S. Government Should Take to Stimulate the Economy, Encourage Businesses to Create Jobs -- And Cut the Federal Deficit

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Gary Shapiro

Our weakened economy is not due to a lack of creativity or entrepreneurial spirit of the American people. We are hurting from misguided government policies that have imposed disincentives to hire workers and impose huge costs on job creators.

Innovation in America: An Autobahn, or a Suburban Street With Speed Bumps?

Gary Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Gary Shapiro

My fear is that my son's future won't include the rapid pace of innovation that we have enjoyed in recent years. What if decades roll by and innovation stands still?