Posts tagged: wearable

Lines Blur As Cameras Get Smaller

Alan Bullock
 Apr 21, 2015

It’s an interesting time for the photo industry. Cameras continue to get better, faster, less expensive, and, perhaps most significantly, smaller. These devices are taking pictures of everything from scenery to sports, capturing life’s moments from new points of view, from vantage points that were very difficult just a few years ago. Read more »

Views from the 2014 Wearable Tech Expo

Ed Lee
 Aug 11, 2014

The 2014 Wearable Tech Expo was held at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City at the end of July. The conference was focused on the emerging wearable device market and offered a wide range of speakers from device manufacturers and component suppliers to service providers and fashionistas. It drew hundreds of attendees, intent on learning more about what was happening in this market.

Here are some of the key things we took away from the conference:  Read more »

Looking Back on CES 2014

Alan Bullock
 Jan 21, 2014

The 2014 International CES has come and gone. Tens of thousands of geeks and those who write about geeky things (often indistinguishable, by the way) descended on Las Vegas earlier this month. Many of them persevered through travel delays caused by record cold and snow in the central and northeastern United States; an estimated few thousand more gave up after spending a day or two trying to make the trip. Those that made it saw a vast assortment of products, some of which will soon be available for sale, and others that will probably never again see the light of day. Read more »

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Connectedness

Alan Bullock
 Dec 24, 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, we look forward to 2014, when people will become even more connected to people, content, and things than ever before. Read more »

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