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4,500 Registered For CES Asia
February 6, 2015

The inaugural edition of CES Asia has registered 4,500 professionals from 80 countries. CES Asia is scheduled for May 25-27 in Shanghai, China.

Tech's Forward Future, Served Up at CES
February 1, 2015

CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro expressed his delight at the progress of the 2015 International CES last month, well before the final numbers were in. In welcoming remarks at CEA's Leaders In Technology dinner halfway through the show, he went as far as to state that it had already exceeded previous years' shows in attendance (the 2014 figure was 160,000), square footage occupied (2.2 million square feet), and diversity of attendee makeup (representatives from 150 countries besides the U.S.).

CEA: Consumer Confidence Remains High
January 27, 2015

The Consumer Electronics Association's monthly measures of consumer confidence remain high, CEA said, although the tech number dropped slightly from last month.

Here comes Ultra HD Blu-ray
January 12, 2015

It took the consumer electronics industry quite a long time to decide whether or not the newest TV technology is called "Ultra HD" or "4K" (CEA, last year, decided to go with "4K Ultra HD.") Now, the next generation of Blu-ray is on the way, and the Blu-ray Disc Association has picked a name: "Ultra-HD Blu-ray." 

CEA: 2015 CES Broke "All Records"
January 12, 2015

The recently completed International CES was "the largest and most amazing CES in show history," the Consumer Electronics Association said in a press release Friday. 

The Sixth Annual Women in CE Legacy Awards at CES
January 8, 2015

This annual event, held this year on Tuesday, Jan. 6, during the 2015 International CES at Planet Hollywood, recognized the achievements and industry contributions of six noteworthy women.

Shapiro at Leaders in Technology Dinner: ‘Best CES Yet’
January 8, 2015

Day Two of the 2015 International CES was capped Wednesday evening with the annual Leaders in Technology Dinner, featuring a keynote interview presentation with Alan Murray, Fortune Magazine editor, posing questions to entrepreneur Nicholas Woodman, founder and CEO of GoPro.