CES

CES to Showcase Advances in
Digital Health

A special summit at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas puts the spotlight on Digital Health. Our coverage of the CES Digital Health Summit is sponsored by Johnson & Johnson.

What to Expect at the World’s Behemoth Mobile Tech Show

Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona is next week. Mobile technology continues to amaze. One key theme will be the upcoming 5G world–significantly faster data, less delay, and greater wireless connectivity to far more endpoints....

What’s Missing at CES 2017?

David Kirkpatrick, Founder and CEO of Techonomy, chats with Dodi Axelson at CES 2017.

More Companies Think Techonomically at CES

More "non-tech" companies than ever were at this year's CES conference in Las Vegas. The winners in the evolving digital and technologized economy will be those leaders who think most broadly. As the ever-curious Elon...

CES Afterthoughts from Roger Kay

Entire armies of reporters did an amazing job of capturing the insanity of the CES show in all its glory. Instead, here are a few highlights that struck me, my moments of epiphany. There were...

Post-CES, Four Questions about the Internet of Things

Connected refrigerators, bras that monitor your heart rate, and, of course, autonomous vehicles were the kinds of things CES attendees focused on this year. It now seems inevitable that more or less everything will eventually...

The Internet of CES Things

CES was a gigantic, if predictable, letdown when it comes to "consumer electronics." Everything seemed incremental. People ask each other "What's the most interesting thing you've seen?" My answer was an announcement not a device--Amazon's...

Thoughts on the Plane to CES

Every January just after New Year's, as if to force upon recently idle strivers the urgency of redoubling their labors, converge hundreds of thousands of tech-focused leaders, strategists, inventors, financiers, retailers, and journalists. CES is...

Manufacturing Intelligent Devices That Could Save Your Life

With 200,000 employees across 30 countries, Flextronics is probably the biggest company you’ve never heard of. The American electronics-manufacturing giant is the second largest manufacturer of any kind in the world, after only Taiwan’s Foxconn....

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