By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
From the Huffington Post:
Nearly a half-century before working from home landed its own acronym ("WFH"), Walter Cronkite envisioned a world in which "we may not have to go to work, the work would come to us."
A video from the 1960's that recently surfaced on Reddit shows the legendary anchorman, known as "the most trusted man in America," touring a "21st century home office."
Tom Campbell, a corporate director with Video & Audio Center of Santa Monica, gave TV station KTLA the run down on how to buy a TV before the big game.
An Interview with Simon Bryant
The consumer electronics accessories market continues to skyrocket, worth 40 billion dollars trade value globally. Simon Bryant talks us through the detail and forecasts the growth levels out to 2016.
An Interview with Sarah Carroll
Reviewing the types of activities that are capturing consumer attention, exploring the opportunities for streaming music, interactive shopping and going beyond entertainment to home automation, home security and distance learning.
In the South Hall at CES. The Parrot AR.Drone choppers are controlled via an app and can fly either manually controlled by a smartphone or tablet or in automatic mode.
TWICE Editor-in-Chief Steve Smith interviews CEA President Gary Shapiro on what to expect at the upcoming International CES.