Dealerscope News Collection
Jawbone Tuesday announced the impending arrival of a pair of new wearable products, the UP3 and the Up Move.
Target this week will offer 3D-printed holiday gifts, through a test with Shapeways.
According to a post on Target's A Bull's Eye View blog, Shapeways will allow Target customers to choose their printed gifts, which will arrive by mail a short time later.
WAVE Electronics will open a facility in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Dec. 1, it's 10th location. The new facility, located at 6033 North 77th St. Suite A1, Scottsdale, AZ 85260, will "showcase an exclusive mix of products with equal focus on security and integration products, along with traditional audio video."
As I contemplate the vast number of consumer electronics (CE) product categories – cameras, TVs, Blu-ray players, audio devices, headphones, smartphones and a multitude of others – I often forget categories that aren’t entertainment- or communication-related. There is a misconception that today’s high-tech electronics are products straight out of our space program. Yes, NASA’s quest to travel to the moon created all kinds of technologies that spawned new products like calculators, LED lights and solar cells. But the tech industry was able to continue its strong growth and rapid product development cycles by utilizing Moore’s Law, named for a co-founder of Intel.
The Consumer Electronics Association has announced the Entertainment Matters Ambassador for the 2015 International CES- and it's "Drumline" star and former MTV host Nick Cannon. Cannon, musician, actor, TV host and longtime electronics industry endorser, will do the honors for the Entertainment Matters event, described by CEA as "a content-focused CES program developed for Hollywood’s film, television and digital communities." Variety is the main sponsor.