LVCC Expansion Gets Nevada Senate Approval
October 12, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Nevada's Senate approved plans for the renovation and expansion of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC)—home to thousands of events, including CES.

Trends, Research & Commentary at CTA’s Innovate!
November 13, 2015 at 10:57 am

The Innovate! Conference, presented by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA, formerly CEA – the Consumer Electronics Association), spanned a host of topics it its run early last week at New York City’s Grand Hyatt. The opening day sessions included Millennials – You’re Trying Too…

CEA Bringing CEO Summit to China
April 1, 2015

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced that its Consumer Electronics CEO Summit will colocate with International CES Asia in May. 

CEA to Honor Virginia Gov. McAuliffe
April 1, 2015

The Consumer Electronics Association has announced the Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe will be honored with the first-ever Innovation Champions Award. Gov. McAuliffee will attend the annual Digital Patriots Dinner  April 14 in Washington. 

Voxx's Pace Elected to CEA Post
March 30, 2015

Voxx executive Ray Pace has been elected vice chair of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Technology & Standards Council (TSC), Voxx said Monday.

CEA: Confidence Down Slightly
March 25, 2015

Consumer confidence in both tech and the overall economy fell from record February highs in March, the Consumer Electronics Association said Tuesday. 

CES Issues Call For Gary's Book Club
March 24, 2015

In one of the first announcements related to the 2016 International CES, the organizers have announced a “call for author proposals” for Gary's Book Club, the showcase of book's published by associates of the CE industry, hosted by CEA president and CEO Gary Shapiro.

Robots: The Modern Golems, At Your Service
March 18, 2015

In medieval times, golems were animated creatures constructed by humankind. A golem was a clay statue animated by magically calling upon holy names. Our very real modern equivalents are robots, androids, artificial intelligence (AI) and the like. Over the past few decades, these more recent versions have been making a slow transition from science fiction to science fact to industrial technology. Few would be recognizable by medieval man, but we’re seeing more and more of these latter-day golems in the consumer space.