New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
REDMOND, WASH. — The results from the first 24 hours of selling both Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One next-generation gaming consoles set new records, with both cruising to a dayone tie.
Sony and Microsoft each reported selling more than 1 million units in the first 24 hours of launch. The PlayStation 4 launched Nov. 15 in the United States and Canada, and the Xbox One launched Nov. 22nd in 13 countries, including the United States.
Sony said a portion of its 1 million PlayStation 4 sales included pre-orders.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.
NEW YORK — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry division honored Denise Morales, David Bilas, Mitch Paull and Peter Weedfald during its annual dinner on Nov. 9 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, here.
NEW YORK — Multi-industry efforts are in full swing to bring Ultra HD video content into the home via physical discs, streaming and download services, cable and satellite TV, and over-the-air broadcasts, panelists said at the TWICE/CEA Ultra HD conference, here, last week.
Moderated by Deborah McAdams, executive editor of TV Technology, a sister publication of TWICE at NewBay Media, two panelists said that native 4K content will initially be available from over-the-top streaming services and download services.
NEW YORK – In less than one year, Ultra HD has gone from just being a highly anticipated and discussed technology to a viable and much desired product, but Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) are going to team to expand the format’s visibility.
NEW YORK – “Beyond expectations” summed up how Ultra High-Definition TV sales are doing at retail, according to panelists at the TWICE/CEA Ultra HD Conference, held here last Tuesday.
Moderated by Alan Wolf, senior editor of TWICE, “Taking Ultra HD to Retail” panelists included Tom Campbell, corporate director of Video and Audio Center; Robert Zohn, owner of Value Electronics; Brian Siegel, merchandising and operations VP at Sony Stores; and CEA’s Shawn DuBravac.
NEW YORK — The Consumer Electronics Associations’ annual CES Unveiled New York event, held here last week, attracted more than 40 companies offering a sneak preview of products that they will be exhibiting at International CES in January. On this page are a sampling of the innovative offerings.
NEW YORK – The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) set its lineup of 2014 International CES SuperSession conferences at last week’s CES Unveiled New York event, here.
Conceived to cover game-changing technologies and trends, SuperSessions spotlight industry experts and out-of-the-box ideas and discussions, according to CEA.
NEW YORK — The Consumer Electronics Association announced a host of new details about January’s 2014 International CES in Las Vegas.
Keynote addresses by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Cisco chairman John Chambers, a full roster of CES SuperSessions, a new High-Res Audio Experience TechZone, and an expanded focus on apps at the show were detailed by CEA CEO/president Gary Shapiro and Karen Chupka, events and conferences senior VP, at the annual CES Unveiled New York event here, last Tuesday.
NEW YORK – The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) revealed its 2014 International CES Best of Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honorees during the CES Unveiled New York, here, last week.
The CES Innovations Awards honor outstanding design and engineering advancements across 28 consumer electronics product categories, including two new categories this year: 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, and Wearable Technologies.
NEW YORK — Consumers are ready to purchase Ultra HD TVs, but manufacturers will need to ensure specs are kept simple and easy to understand in order to take full advantage of the upcoming refreshment cycle.
A panel of TV makers and experts convened last week at the TWICE/CEA Ultra HD Conference, held at the Metropolitan Pavilion as part of CES Unveiled New York, where they discussed the challenges of making specs relatable to consumers and debated whether Ultra HD is an evolution or a revolution of TV technology.