Last week we saw the CES hype machines operating at full speed. Ahead of the show, I posted a column over at Forbes on my prediction for the most over-hyped innovations for CES 2012. After a few days at CES, I found three innovations that I felt have future potential (none of these innovations are shipping and […]
During a breakfast I hosted at CES, I shared my view of the role of woman in deciding what technology gets purchased. Radiris over at Hardware Geeks posted about the story I shared in an interesting perspective comparing the reaction woman get at CES and AEE (Adult Entertainment Expo – the “porn” show that was also in Las Vegas).
It’s that time of year again to get totally exhausted trying to see everything at CES. This year, there wasn’t much in the way of true innovations being shown or announced at CES (or for that matter, at MacWorld). The hype of the term still continues. When I pushed back on the people staffing different […]