- Another exciting week of the Consumer Electronics Show has come to an end and it's time to take a look at those who really shined at CES 2012 and those that managed to disappoint.
- Now that 153,000 people have exhausted themselves at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, an American visitor can't help thinking that the future of electronics is in Asia, not California's Silicon Valley or Texas.
CES 2012: Ex-Apple CEO Sculley Lauds Jobs; Calls for ‘Disruptive Technology’ to Marry Health Care with ComputingFormer Apple CEO John Sculley called for “disruptive technologies” to determine how to marry healthcare with emerging computer and telecommunications technologies.
- YouTube , which transmitted 800 million videos last year, expects growth to skyrocket in coming years with more specialty channels backed by advertising, VP for global content Robert Kyncil said at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
- Las Vegas -- There are many weird yet pricey offerings at the 2012 International CES, but none more so than in the robot section of the consumer electronics show.
- Actress and CES ambassador Eliza Dushku spoke with two Samsung executives, asking them to lend their support Tharce-Gulu, a charity for victims in northern Uganda. She also gave an exclusive interview to the IBTimes.
- A series of top technology professionals involved with Internet TV, including VPs of Yahoo, Cisco Systems and Western Digital, warned consumer acceptance will be impede unless industry standards are adopted.
- House Judiciary Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) may have had a tin ear when he proposed the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act now wending through Congress, his fellow Republican, Rep. Darrell Issa of California, says.
- Ford CEO Alan Mulally and Xerox CEO Ursula Burns both decried the state of U.S. higher education Wednesday and said it wasn't producing enough engineers to ensure U.S. technology leadership.
- Just because Apple isn't officially attending CES 2012 doesn't mean its presence isn't felt. Rumors are heating up that Apple's next-gen iPad 3 is actually be at the event. That rumor isn't confirmed, but what IS confirmed is that about 250 Apple employees are secretly making their rounds at the event, quietly judging their competition.
CES 2012: IBM Stays Backstage but Executive Sees Major ‘Cloud’ Opportunities for Consumer Electronics ClientsIf it were 1992, IBM might well have been one of the biggest exhibitors at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. There would have been a huge display of IBM PCs, software and printers, even though the printer unit had been sold the year before.
- The 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a spectacular event, but two major failings take away from the magic of the annual convention.
- Intel, the No. 1 chip maker, will make a major push into the smartphone sector, even as it continues its headway in the laptop and tablet market with its second-generation Ultrabook chip, CEO Paul Otellini said.
- At CES 2012 in Las Vegas, French company Parrot debuted its AR Drone 2.0, which can fly up to 165 feet in the air and record HD videos. The drone is completely controlled with iOS and Android devices, which let you see what the drone sees.
- Withings debuted the world's first Internet-connected baby and toddler scale at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. It records the weight and height of the child and wirelessly transmits the information to smartphones and computers to help parents keep track of their child's development.
- Las Vegas -- One love reigned true in the life of Bob Marley and continues to impact our world through the eco-friendly House of Marley audio company.
- Consumer Electronics Association CEO Gary Shapiro Tuesday blasted the proposed Stop Online Privacy ACT (SOPA) pending in the U.S. Congress as “terrible,” a “threat to innovation” and potentially destructive legislation.
CES 2012: Qualcomm’s Jacobs Sets Stage for Next-Generation War vs. Intel with Snapdragon Chips for Tablets, TVsQualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said the company’s Snapdragon wireless chip is already powering tablets and smart TVs, opening the way for the company to expand its reach beyond its dominance in mobile phones.