CES Tips & Tricks

December 11, 2014
What You’ll Want at the Show With the 2015 International CES less than a month away, it's time to start preparing. Here are some tips from veterans on what to have handy at the show:Water! The dry climate of Las Vegas makes it important to stay hydrated at the show. While busy schedules may make it hard to stop and take a break, it’s important to grab a bottle of water or other beverage to go. Once you’re back in your hotel room, you might even consider ordering a humidifier for your room.Lip balm. Again, don’t be caught off guard by the dry desert air. Think ahead and grab some lip balm. You don’t want to have to stop in the middle of the day to...

Deep Learning Propels Speech Tech

November 24, 2014
Speech recognition technology, already popular with smartphone users, is getting more attention from designers of wearables and other CE devices as they get smaller and loaded with more features and apps—testing the boundaries of touch- and gesture-based interfaces. Speech tech—mainly hands-free voice recognition—is finding its way into smart watches, fitness trackers, remote control devices, Google Glass and “connected” cars. “Speech recognition is today’s best option for the human-machine interface,” says Harry Wang, director of health and...

VR Animation in Car Design

November 20, 2014
Long before a car rolls into a showroom, designers and engineers are employing CE gadgets like virtual reality (VR) glasses along with sophisticated computer hardware and software, motion tracking systems and Hollywood-style animation tools to design and visualize what a vehicle will look like and anticipate how people will interact with it. But the bounty isn’t limited to the finished product, auto industry insiders say. By reducing the number of prototypes and clay models needed, these technologies are helping to lower production costs, too. Once the new vehicle is introduced, consumers can see the...

5G: The Mobile Tech of 2020

November 14, 2014
Gazing into the mobile communications crystal ball is a risky business, but amid the haze some things are clear about the smartphone network of the future. The main task of carriers and handset makers in the next few years, and one in which billions of dollars of research and development (R&D) funds will be spent, is to develop a network that can meet the consumer’s insatiable desire for more data at faster speeds. This trend is causing global mobile traffic to double every year, according to Cisco Systems. Topping the consumer wish list is the expectation that it should take significantly less time for...

The Smart Home at CES Unveiled New York

November 13, 2014
On Tuesday November 11, CEA hosted CES Unveiled New York at the Metropolitan Pavilion. This annual event kicked off with a presentation on the 2014 holiday sales and end-of-year analysis by CEA’s Chief Economist Dr. Shawn DuBravac, followed by the 2015 International CES Press Conference with top CEA executives Gary Shapiro, Karen Chupka and Jeff Joseph who talked about the newest highlights to CES and announced the Innovation Awards Honorees. The press conference was followed by a networking reception featuring 45 tabletop exhibits. As expected, there was plenty of innovation on the exhibit floor generating excitement for the upcoming 2015 International CES®. Smart home...

CES Unveiled New York

November 12, 2014
The 2015 International CES® is right around the corner and the anticipation is building for what’s set to be another must-attend global technology event! For those who can’t wait until January, CES Unveiled New York gives attendees a sneak peek of the products and trends that will emerge on the 2015 CES show floor, just two months before. This annual showcase and networking event draws dozens of exhibitors and more than 400 top media and tech industry professionals. Hear breaking CES news, learn the latest holiday trends and discover who earned the 2015 CES Best of Innovation Awards. Check out the guide below to find new, must-see technologies to add to your CES list...

Introducing the 2014 CE Hall of Fame (Part III)

November 06, 2014
The CE Hall of Fame is an opportunity to honor the visionaries who have paved the way for the products and services that are changing the way we live. Individually, and in some cases together, these leaders have made significant contributions to the industry. Without them, the world would be a very different place. To recognize the contributions of the pioneers of the consumer electronics industry, CEA inducts a new group of inventors, engineers, business leaders, retailers and journalists in to the CE Hall of Fame each year. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with four of this year's 12 Hall of Fame inductees. Stay tuned to ce.org/i3 as we profile four more of the inductees in...

Introducing the 2014 CE Hall of Fame (Part II)

October 30, 2014
The CE Hall of Fame is an opportunity to honor the visionaries who have paved the way for the products and services that are changing the way we live. Individually, and in some cases together, these leaders have made significant contributions to the industry. Without them, the world would be a very different place. To recognize the contributions of the pioneers of the consumer electronics industry, CEA inducts a new group of inventors, engineers, business leaders, retailers and journalists in to the CE Hall of Fame each year. Take a moment to familiarize yourself with four of this year's 12 Hall of Fame inductees. Stay tuned to ce.org/i3 as we profile four more of the inductees in...

The Rise of the Machines

October 22, 2014
Since the invention of the first machine, humans have been the managers and overseers of our creations. We are directly involved in the work being done or we set our devices to a task and walk away. But now, the traditional roles are being supplemented by a new relationship. Technologies we have been developing for years are not just bearing fruit – they are working with each other to accomplish tasks without our direct supervision.   Wireless computing, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) have been in development for years. Taken alone, there have been numerous incremental improvements. But a disruptive trend is emerging that is larger than just individual...
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