CEA's Gary Shapiro (left) presents the Digital Patriot award to Vinton G. Cerf of Google. Cerf is also considered one of the "Fathers of the Internet."
Gary Shapiro of CEA (left) presents Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) with his Digital Patriot award.
Sony's Stan Glasgow (from left) and CEA's Karen Chupka with Digital Patriot Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) and his wife Susan
Ambassador Ron Kirk, U.S. Trade Representative, was the evening's keynote speaker.
CEA's Kerry Moyer (left) and Jenni Moyer (right) flank Jeannette Howe of Specialty Electronics Nationwide and Eric Bodley of the PPC
TWICE publisher Marcia Grand (right) with CEA's Karen Chupka
Paul D'Arcy of Sanyo North America (right) with Cary Wilson of Panasonic
W. Stephen Cannon of Constantine Cannon LLP (from left) with Don Upson of GBEF and Pat Lavelle of Audiovox
Bill Gates interviewed on CBS' 60 Minutes discusses his plans to eradicate diseases and his friendship with the late Steve Jobs.
CES On The Hill’ with TWICE Editor in Chief Steve Smith and guest CEA President Gary Shapiro. With a special look at products from LG Electronics, Voxx, Dish, Livio and many others.
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Computer and last August, Apple became the most profitable company of all time on Wall Street.
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