New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
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.
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 – Nikon and Olympus recently made a couple of interesting late-year upscale camera introductions, including Nikon’s first retro-look full-frame DSLR and Olympus’ advanced Stylus point-and shoot.
Nikon’s Df full-frame DSLR takes aim at the company’s rich tradition and history, offering an advanced digital camera in a retro-styled body reminiscent of the company’s popular film-based SLRs of the past.
IRVINE, CALIF. — Martian Watches continues to expand distribution of its voice-controlled smart watches.
NEW YORK – The first Ultra High-Definition TVs are slowly rolling out across the country this year, but as with any new video format, a lack of available content has loomed as a possible deterrent to early demand. Leading digital imaging executives said their industry is already stepping up to offer part of the solution.
Typically, when a new TV format launches with a dearth of available native content to support it, manufacturers turn to products that create home-grown native- resolution content as a snack to whet early adopters’ appetites.
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – LG Electronics has expanded its “door-in-door” French door refrigerator line with three new models that respectively offer extra capacity, double freezer drawers and dual ice makers.
LAS VEGAS – Electrolux and Viking Range are topping the short list of majap makers to exhibit at February’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS).
The manufacturers said their decisions to return after multiyear absences were influenced by the show’s concurrent run with the International Builders’ Show (IBS), which draws the homebuilder and designer trades.
The shows will be held together for the first time Feb. 4-6, 2014, at the Las Vegas Convention Center under the banner of “Design and Construction Week.”
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.