CEDIA Expo 2019 just wrapped up last week, and while there was nothing revolutionary introduced at the show, here are the top 5 evolutionary products I found to be the most interesting.
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It's the thought that counts when gifting for Father's Day, not the amount. Here are my picks, from smart media and computing accessories to clever gadgets for any budget.
The Movin'On Summit on Sustainable Mobility 2019 is back in Montreal on a mission to move people and goods worldwide using renewable resources. The Summit, originally started with the renowned French tire maker Michelin, now has worldwide partners joining in the quest to reduce fossil fuel.
While we all continue to send instant messages through iMessage, WhatsApp, and other such services, BlackBerry quietly shut down its BBM messaging app for consumers.
It blew our minds when, in 1973, Dr. Martin Cooper made the first call from a mobile phone, the prototype DynaTAC, while standing on a busy street. It was a marvel to be able to carry and use a phone virtually anywhere, even if it was the size of a brick.
In Part 1 of this four-part series, I talked about some basic yet critical factors that will impact which projector screen you should buy, including viewing distance and screen size. In Part 2, I'll look solely at screen gain, as it is an extremely important factor, especially in today's 4K HDR world.
Whether dad is an avid techie or not, any dad will appreciate some great tech items for Father's Day this Sunday, June 17.
The competition between smart home Internet giants Google's Assistant and Amazon's Alexa is heating up with both having launched new smart speakers with screens this month: the Google Nest Hub 7" and the Amazon Echo Show 5.
In the last decade, as movie theatre tickets soar sky high, more and more people are using front projection systems at home. And I've been asked many times for advice on which projection screen to buy.
Move Aside, Millennials. Retailers Are Focused on Gen-Z Now
Millennials are getting old. We hate to break it to you, but it's the reality. They're now in their 20s and early-to-mid thirties, with kids, mortgages, and real jobs. And while that gives them incredible buying power, retailers are thinking ahead about the next-generation of shoppers, Gen-Z, and how to shift strategies in order to capture their attention.
During Collision Conference in Toronto last week, several panel discussions took place touching on the latest technology like AI, smart home, and automotive tech. And one of the underlying themes was that, in a changing economy, while jobs will be lost, new ones will be created. Which means education and skill-building is of tantamount importance.