2020-01-13 - Barbara Jorgensen

CES 2020 and the Supply Chain

The supply chain is one of those things that nobody cares about until something goes wrong. Then it’s everybody’s problem.

2020-01-10 - Nitin Dahad, Brian Santo, David Benjamin and Junko Yoshida

CES Unveiled: Tech for a Better Society?

With AI and “machine-learning,” many devices claim to be no just smart, but “intelligent.” We’ll see.

2020-01-10 - David Benjamin

FCC’s Pai Makes CES Return

Ajit Pai returned to CES after two years to discuss ways to deliver spectrum to consumers, including rural communities that…

2020-01-09 - Nitin Dahad

AMD Delivers New Mobile and Desktop Processors

AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, was ebullient at CES 2020 as she announced what she said was the world’s highest-performance desktop…

2020-01-08 - David Benjamin

Toyota Introduces AI-Driven ‘Woven City’

Toyota chairman Akio Toyoda announced Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) plans to build a new city in Japan.

2019-02-01 - Philip Spagnoli Stoten

10 Takeaways From CES 2019

CES 2019 provided ample opportunity to redefine innovation, resiliency and other buzzwords to shape how the industry will look in…

2019-01-16 - David Benjamin

CES 2019: Craziest Show Ever

At the Consumer Electronics Show, I know that I should be dazzled, disarmed, and starry-eyed about my seamless, end-to-end, infinitely…

2019-01-15 - Junko Yoshida

Intel Wants Lisa Su?

The cost of such a leadership void is high for any company. It's even more critical at a $62.8 billion…

2019-01-14 - David Benjamin

Sports Tech: Big Data is Watching!

Sports technology — not including video games — occupies the shadows of the CES 2019, but it does convey a…

2019-01-14 - Junko Yoshida

When a Robocar Brings You Pizza…

The automotive industry’s pivot is clear: Self-driving vehicles are first for delivery of goods and next for people delivery by…