CES: Technology Moves Off the Screen, Into Your Stuff 19 weeks ago
The electronics revolution is moving off your laptop, tablet and phone and into the rest of your belongings.
At the Consumer Electronics...
By Sharon Waxman
Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, talks to Sharon Waxman about what's different at CES this year
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The top toys-of-the-future from this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas
This strikes me as an entirely new way of experiencing television – personal, interactive and engaging
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It’s some kind of high-class tech-media scrum inside the Tryst nightclub at the Wynn Hotel
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"They're a revolutionary, breakthrough device," says the chairman, and will drive innovation and economic growth
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All the gizmos and gadgets at Las Vegas' high-tech trade show
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In seeking the right business model for film in the digital age, says Levinsohn, studios need to find “the right price value relationship for the customer so you can hit them in different windows.”
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Deal lets manufacturer use her image in ads, marketing, product packaging and point-of-sale materials
Deal announced at CES means complete 3D home entertainment solution this year
Expect tablets, 3D and apps galore at the Vegas trade show's 2010 incarnation
At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on Thursday, the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) announced six new members, reports the Los Angeles Times.
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