New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
Arlington, Va. – The Consumer Electronics Association 2013 Sustainability Report has found the CE industry is becoming more environmentally friendly.
The report found manufacturers and retailers are opting for greener designs and packaging. In addition, products are now more energy efficient and eCycling has resulted in 1 billion pounds of electronics being recycled by 2016. This is up from the 585 million pounds recycled in 2012.
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.
Arlington, Va. — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) joins CE manufacturers, retailers, music labels and artists in offering expanded support for and promotion of high-resolution audio (HRA).
CEA is exploring initiatives to corral support among consumers and retailers, and plans to leverage opportunities to promote HRA at the 2014 International CES.
Arlington. Va. - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jack Wayman’s tenure with the organization.
Founder of the International CES, Wayman is a member of the inaugural class of the CE Hall of Fame. He is widely recognized as an industry visionary whose many contributions and accomplishments helped lay the groundwork for today’s $203 billion U.S. consumer electronics (CE) industry.
Arlington, Va. – The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced a new program to develop innovative industry standards at the International CES.
As owner and producer of the International CES, and with accreditation from the American National Standards Institute, CEA launched “CESpec” within its standards program.
Arlington, Va. — Consumer confidence toward technology spending rose in August, but sentiment toward the overall economy dropped, according to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
The CEA Index of Consumer Technology Expectations (ICTE), which measures consumer expectations about technology spending, increased by 1 point in August to 87.2. This is the highest point it has reached in 2013.
Michael Petricone, government and regulatory affairs senior VP with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), visited TWICE’s offices this afternoon and outlined the group’s legislative focus for the fall when Congress reconvenes: immigration reform and patent trolls.
Both are issues that CEA has championed on Capitol Hill for several years, long before others jumped on board, and Petricone is hopeful that progress — dare we say legislation that passes both houses of Congress — may occur before legislators leave for Christmas vacation.
Arlington, Va. — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is accepting entries through Sept. 13 for the 2014 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards.
The 2014 Best of Innovations Honorees will be announced Nov. 12, 2013, at the CES Unveiled New York press conference and showcased at the 2014 International CES.
The 2014 International CES, which is owned and produced by CEA, is scheduled for Jan. 7-10, 2014, in Las Vegas.
Arlington, Va. — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has released a new report, “Ultra High-Definition: State of the Industry,” which provides a snapshot of the emerging Ultra High-Definition market, with overviews of key industry segments including content development, production and delivery, as well as overall product status.
Ultra HD is the next generation of display technology for the home, with more than 8 million pixels of resolution, four times the resolution of today’s HDTVs.
Arlington, Va. - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is sponsoring the new “Trolling Effects” website to fight against patent trolls.
The website allows patent troll demand letter recipients to post the documents online, find letters received by others, and research exactly who is really behind these threats, CEA said.
Arlington, Va. — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) released research Tuesday showing just 7 percent of American TV households rely solely on an antenna to receive their television programming.
The trade association said the findings of the “U.S. Household Television Usage Update” study are consistent with CEA’s 2010 research, which found 8 percent of TV households reported using an antenna only for television programming.