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Streaming Revenue In US Should Go Well Over $100 Billion This Year

“Total spending on streaming services and software is projected to reach a record $112 billion in 2021, an 11 percent growth over 2020, according to Consumer Technology Association projections announced on Monday. … This follows 31 percent growth in 2020 over 2019.” – The Hollywood Reporter
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CES Daily: Welcome to Ad Age’s special-edition newsletter

Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, events that are “unprecedented” no longer need an introduction as such. This year’s virtual CES is no exception. At the first CES, held in New York 54 years ago during the Summer of Love, pocket radios and integrated-circuit TVs dominated the headlines. Wow! It goes without saying that the show has changed considerably since then, swapping Manhattan for Las Vegas, videocassettes for streaming, and Atari’s “Pong” for million-dollar esports leagues. B...
Tags: New York, Microsoft, Ryan Seacrest, Advertising, Samsung, Linkedin, Cta, Wisconsin, Manhattan, Las Vegas, Atari, Mastercard, Las Vegas Strip, Steve Hill, Kohler, Strip

Lora DiCarlo Brings Hot Vibes to CES—As In They Are Warm to the Touch

A lot has changed for Lora DiCarlo since CES 2019, when the Consumer Technology Association stripped its innovative Osé sex toy of a well-deserved CES Innovation Award. Not only does CES fuck now, Lora DiCarlo is also announcing a new product line for the all-virtual CES 2021.Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Science, Vibrators, Consumer Tech, Consumer Technology Association, Sex Tech, Lora DiCarlo, CES 2021

Annual gadget show in Vegas pivots online, a hall of mirrors to the future

By Mae Anderson | The Associated Press Every January, huge crowds descend on Las Vegas for the CES gadget show, an extravaganza of tech and glitz intended to set the tone for the coming year in consumer technology. CES kicks off this week, but thanks to the pandemic, it will be in a radical new format — a “virtual” show taking place only in cyberspace. Yes, that means everyone can still get a glimpse of the future, but only by via technology of the future — aka video streams and chat. If all goe...
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Google's Annual Spectacle at CES is No More, With Tech Show Going Virtual

One of the biggest disappointments from CES 2021 going virtual will be the lack of a splashy booth by Google. Whether you cared about the company's bevy of Google Assistant-related announcements, it was hard to deny the stagecraft employed by the tech giant. From a report: For the last few years, Google boasted some of the most eye-catching CES booths, from a theme park ride in 2019 to an escape room back in January's show. Unlike other CES heavy hitters, like Samsung or LG, Google opted to plac...
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – CES SHOW 2021 Preview – Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association & CES Show

CES SHOW 2021 Preview – Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association & CES Show Sign up at CES.Tech Subscribe to the Podcast for our coverage of the show The post The Chris Voss Show Podcast – CES SHOW 2021 Preview – Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association & CES Show appeared first on The Chris Voss Show.
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CNBC: Amazon Adds Virtual Assistant Feature to Encourage Aging in Place

New technology which allows older Americans to age in place in their own homes more easily is key to the proliferation of older citizens remaining in their homes of choice, and a ubiquitous digital assistant platform is adding a new feature which will allow certain family members to further assist their loved ones with staying at home for longer. Multinational retail giant Amazon launched its “Echo” series of smart devices in 2014, and with it their digital artificial intelligence-powered ass...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Featured, Finance, Products, Cnbc, Alexa, AARP, Consumer Technology Association, Toni Reid, Echo Devices, Alexa Care Hub, Alexa Experiences

Will Consumers Embrace Autonomous Cars? Key Insights to Consider as Our World Changes

This article originally appeared on AutoVision News. It has been republished with permission. What do you think about self-driving cars? We would like to hear your thoughts. One of the things we frequently talk about in the autonomous driving community is how to help consumers embrace the technology. Consumer adoption is usually at the forefront of my mind when I see demonstrations of new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). When I attend conferences, like AutoSens, for exampl...
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CTA Moves Dates for CES 2021 Digital-Only Conference, Verizon Chief Hans Vestberg to Keynote on 5G

Next year’s CES, the world’s biggest consumer-technology trade show, has been pushed back a few days in January 2021, the Consumer Technology Association announced. CTA also announced Verizon chairman/CEO Hans Vestberg as the kickoff keynoter for the online-only event. Originally, CES 2021 was scheduled to run Jan. 6-9, 2021, in the trade show and conference’s […]
Tags: Verizon, News, Cta, Ces, Consumer Technology Association, Hans Vestberg

Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg to Give Opening Keynote at CES 2021

The Consumer Technology Association announced today that Verizon CEO and chairman Hans Vestberg will give the opening keynote address at January's Consumer Electronics Show, the trade org's annual tech conference. Vestberg, who's held the top executive role at Verizon since March 2018, will discuss prescient technologies including 5G, telemedicine and remote learning. CTA announced in...
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Brand Moves for Wednesday July 29

Twenty-two weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand mo...
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In reversal, CES gadget show won’t be in-person after all

By Joseph Pisani | The Associated Press CES, one of the world’s biggest technology conferences, will be a virtual event in January due to the coronavirus pandemic, a reversal from May when organizers said it would go on as a smaller gathering in Las Vegas. The announcement Tuesday is another blow for Las Vegas which, like all other U.S. tourist destinations, is suffering as people stay home or vacation locally. More than 170,00 people attended the four-day show this year in January, before COVID...
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CES 2021 Is Officially Cancelled, Will Be an All-Digital Experience

Listen closely, do you hear that? That’s the sound of hundreds of thousands of tech journalists, buyers, and exhibitors breathing a sigh of relief as today the Consumer Technology Association announced that its annual Consumer Electronics Show will be an all-digital experience for January 2021.Read more...
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CES, the biggest tech show of the year, will be canceled in 2021 and held digitally

The physical version of CES, the annual major tech conference that takes place in Las Vegas, will be canceled because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the conference will take place digitally, the Consumer Technology Association announced. The cancellation of CES and other major conference will likely have a big impact on Las Vegas' tourism industry. More than 171,000 people attended CES in 2020. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. CES, the largest tech conference of...
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CES 2021 Pivots to an All-Digital Experience

CES 2021 will be an all-digital experience, following a decision made by the Consumer Technology Association amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Taking place from January 6-9, 2021, the show will let companies showcase new products and other tech news through live streaming video feeds. "Amid the pandemic and growing global health concerns about the spread of COVID-19, it's just not possible to safely convene tens of thousands of people in Las Vegas in early January 2021...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Cta, United States, Las Vegas, Consumer Technology Association, Gary Shapiro, COVID, CES 2021

CES 2021 in Las Vegas Canceled Over COVID-19, Consumer Electronics Show Moves to Online Format

What normally happens in Vegas each year in January won’t be in Vegas after all. CES 2021, scheduled to run Jan. 6-9, 2011, will not be held in Las Vegas, the Consumer Technology Association announced. It’s the latest event canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has had a resurgence in the U.S. the past […]
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CES Will Be Held In-person in Las Vegas Next Year

The group behind CES plans to hold the enormous tech convention in person in Las Vegas next January, despite concerns that the coronavirus pandemic may still be a threat. The Consumer Technology Association has announced that it intends to give exhibitors a way to showcase their products "both physically in Las Vegas and digitally." From a report: The stakes are high for CES. It's one of the largest conventions held each year in Las Vegas, responsible for bringing a huge number of visitors to th...
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CES 2021 to Be Held in Person in Las Vegas, Trade Group Says

The Consumer Technology Association said next year’s CES, the world’s biggest technology trade show, will be held in person in early 2021 in Las Vegas. The CTA hasn’t set dates for CES 2021 yet, saying it will announce those later this summer. The convention is a go for now, after numerous other events in 2020 […]
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CTA asks the US government for tariff exemptions on robotics, drones and 3D printers

The Consumer Technology Association penned an open letter alongside a number of other industry representatives asking the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office to loosen tariffs on a number of tech categories manufactured in China. The parties seek to widen current COVID-19-related exemptions beyond beyond health products like ventilator and oxygen masks. The list includes wide ranging categories that serve important peripheral functions for frontline responders. “These tariffs are not only a...
Tags: Health, Hardware, China, US, Tech, Cta, Trump, Reuters, Consumer Technology Association, Gary Shapiro, USTR, U S Trade Representative 's Office, Coronavirus, COVID-19, The American Chemistry Council

Boom In Home Electronics Sales Shows Signs of Peaking

According to an analysis of credit card receipts provided to The Information, a boom in home electronics sales due to the coronavirus shut down shows signs of peaking. From the report: The research by e-commerce company Rakuten, which looked at data for over 1 million U.S. consumers, shows online sales of electronics rose 33% the week of March 9 versus the same week the year earlier, then surged 141% in the last week of March. By the following week, starting April 6, growth had started to wane, ...
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5 B2B Content Marketing Examples You Can Copy

B2B marketing can sometimes seem to play second fiddle to its more glamorous sister, B2C marketing. When it comes to content marketing, campaigns built for consumer audiences are often more intuitive, more fun, or more colorful for the audiences and the marketers who implement them alike. However, as I like to tell my graduate students, marketers get tired of our own marketing way faster than our audiences do. When it comes to B2B marketing, your content marketing campaigns can be highly valuab...
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To Fix America’s Broken Recycling System, States Want Companies To Foot the Bill

Like many people of her generation, Shelbi Orme, 27, is an ardent environmentalist. On her YouTube channel, where she calls herself “Shelbizleee” (rhymes with Twizzle), she shares tips with her 200,000-plus subscribers about how to live more sustainably, like catching shower water in a bucket as it is heating up and using it to water plants. But when it came to creating less trash, Orme hit obstacles. She strove to show her followers how to be zero waste, by making sure nothing she consumed...
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The Station: Lucid Motors spy shot and the birth of an AV startup

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every Saturday in your inbox. Hello again — or perhaps for the first time. This is Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch and your host here at The Station. This weekly newsletter will also be posted as an article after the weekend — that’s what you’re reading now. To get it first, subscribe for free. Please note that there will be not be a ne...
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I spent a few days at CES, the biggest trade show in tech — here's what it's like to attend the 53-year-old show for the first time

CES, now in its 53rd year, took place this year from January 7 through January 10, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.   I was just one of more than 170,000 people, including industry attendees, exhibitors, and media, on the ground at the most famous global conference for tech.  Unlike many of my colleagues and fellow attendees who have been braving the show floors for years, I was a CES first-timer.  It was as high-energy, fast-paced, and interesting as I expected from an industry event of its size and ca...
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The 25 Best Products of CES 2020

CES, the annual tech confab in the heart of Las Vegas, showcases the latest and greatest in technology and consumer gadgets. There truly is something for everyone, from new and improved products and services announced by major corporations to truly innovative ideas made real by entrepreneurial spirits. Still, it’s difficult to figure out what’s worth one’s time and what products and services are simply a flash in the pan, never to be seen again. So we did the hard work for you to find t...
Tags: Google, Gadgets, News, California, Uncategorized, Samsung, Intel, Ocean, Sony, Nvidia, Dell, Las Vegas, Amd, Lg, Lenovo, Dslr

Ivanka Trump’s Appearance at CES Tech Show Draws Criticism

(LAS VEGAS) — The nation’s largest consumer electronics show on Tuesday hosted Ivanka Trump as a keynote speaker — a choice that drew scorn from many women in technology. The annual CES tech gathering in Las Vegas has long taken criticism over diversity issues. In recent years, the show’s organizer, the Consumer Technology Association, has invited more women to speak and sought to curb some of the show’s more sexist aspects, such as scantily clad “booth babes” hired to draw attention of the...
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Sex Tech Might Just Be the Biggest New Thing at CES 2020

(LAS VEGAS) — Sex tech will grace the CES gadget show in Las Vegas this week after organizers endured scorn for revoking an innovation award to a sex device company led by a female founder. CES will allow space for sex tech companies as a one-year trial. The companies will be grouped in the health and wellness section of the Sands Expo, an official, but secondary CES location, one geared toward startups. Lora DiCarlo, a startup that pushed for changes after organizers revoked its award, wil...
Tags: Gadgets, News, Uncategorized, Tech, Cta, Ces, Las Vegas, Gallop, Consumer Technology Association, Gary Shapiro, DiCarlo, Cindy Gallop, Andrea Barrica, Unbound, Onetime, Polly Rodriguez

The head of CES defended inviting Ivanka Trump as a keynote speaker by saying she's done 'great work'

The head of CES, Gary Shapiro, has defended inviting Ivanka Trump to the prestigious annual electronics event. Shapiro will interview Ivanka Trump during her keynote-branded speaking slot on January 7. He told BBC News that Ivanka Trump has done "great work" and said her talk will focus on "how industry is working with government" on "jobs of the future." Several prominent tech figures criticized the decision, with tech analyst and entrepreneur Carolina Milanesi claiming there are "many more w...
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A year after being banned, Lora DiCarlo returns to CES with new sex toys

It’s amazing what can happen in just one year. After being banned from the Consumer Electronics Show last year, sex tech startup Lora DiCarlo is debuting two new sex toys on the show floor. Even more, both of these new products, Baci and Onda, have received an CES Honoree Innovation award. All three of Lora DiCarlo’s devices use microrobotics technology to mimic human touch. While Osé is designed to help produce a blended orgasm, Onda is specific to the G-spot and Baci is specific to the clitori...
Tags: Startups, TC, San Francisco, Cta, Ces, Ose, Robotics, Consumer Electronics Show, Onda, San Francisco California, Baci, Consumer Technology Association, Haddock, Moscone Convention Center, Sex Tech, Brian Heater

Streaming Video Consumer Spending to Jump 29% in 2020 to $24 Billion, CTA Forecasts

The streaming wars are set to unleash a river of cash. With major media companies entering the market, American consumer spending on subscription-video services will increase 29% in 2020, hitting an estimated $24.1 billion, according to the Consumer Technology Association’s sales and forecast study for the year. The anticipated jump comes as streaming video providers […]
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