Jack Cotter

Jack Cotter
Hong Kong Fair Touts Mobility

The 10th edition of the Hong Kong Electronics Fair attracted more than 3,200 exhibitors and 90,000 buyers from around the globe who were looking to looking to capitalize on the latest trends in consumer electronics.

Why Getting Hacked Isn't All Bad

Last week hackers took over Burger King's Twitter account, changing the picture to a McDonalds logo, and making plenty of inappropriate comments, but it's not that bad for Burger King.

Facebook Introduces Retail Gift Cards

In another baby-step into the retail market, Facebook is now producing a gift card that can store multiple balances from different retailers. So far the businesses involved are just Target, Sephora, Jamba Juice, and Olive Garden.

Alpine Ingrained in Your Dash

Alpine displayed a variety of new products at 2013 CES with some brand new in-dash receivers and award-winning features like Siri Eyes Free Mode and TuneIt. Alpine also brought the noise with brand new amplifier and subwoofer lines.

Pioneer's AppRadio Plays Nice with iPhone 5

Pioneer understands that people are already carrying around all the content they need on their smartphones and they are making it easier than ever to access it.

"The smartphone has become the source for consumer entertainment. They want to share content from their device(s) and we're making that happen, whether it's at home, in the car, or on the go," said Russ Johnston, executive vice president of corporate communications for Pioneer Electronics.

Audiovox Electronics: From the Front Porch to the Front Seat

Audiovox Electronics Corp. is making vehicles more like a home-on-wheels with many announcements at 2013 CES. Tom Malone, president of Audiovox Electronics Corp. took the stage to discuss the ways Audiovox is creating a seamless transition from home to car and back.