CEA Awards 2014 CE Hall of Fame Honorees
November 11, 2014

The Consumer Electronics Association held a banquet Monday evening at New York City's Grand Hyatt, where it inducted the 2014 recipients of its Hall of Fame Awards.

The honorees, visionaries from all walks of the industry  – retailers, inventors and  entrepreneurs – included the following individuals:

Founders/Innovators: Tim Westergren, Pandora; Lloyd Ivey, Mitek; Dr. Levy Gertzberg, Zoran Corp.; Gerald McCarthy, Zenith.

Technologists: Dr. David Lee, Silicon Image; Victor and Janie Tsao, Linksys; Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil, Spread-Spectrum Technology

Retailers: C.W. Conn, Conn'; James C. "Cowboy" Maloney Journalist: Walter Mossberg, Re/code, ex-The Wall Street Journal

D&H Mid Atlantic Show Set For Nov. 5
October 21, 2014

D&H Distributing will hold its Mid-Atlantic Fall Technology Show Nov. 5 in Hershey, Pa. D&H is expecting over 1,000 attendees. 

Petra Launches Fall Catalog
October 15, 2013

Petra Industries Monday announced that it has begun shipping its 2013 fall catalog. The catalog is nearly 1,300 pages and includes more than 15,000 products from 500 manufacturers. Over 3,000 of the products are new, and it includes 1,500 price drops.

Petra Teams With Linksys
September 19, 2013

Petra Industries said this week that it has reached a new distribution deal with Linksys. 

New Linksys Routers Available Now
May 1, 2013

Linksys has announced availability for its new line of smart Wi-Fi routers, which were introduced at International CES in January.

D&H Plans West Coast Tech Show
March 6, 2013

D&H Distributing will host its 11th annual West Coast Technology Show next week in Industry Hills, Calif.

Cisco's Flirtation With Consumers Is Over, as Belkin Buys Linksys Unit
January 24, 2013

Looking back, it's hard to figure out what networking giant Cisco Systems ever wanted with consumer goods, anyway. But now the distraction of trying to sell stuff to consumers and not companies is gone. Word just hit the wires that Belkin, the company behind numerous consumer accessory products like Web cams, power strips, cables, phone cases and such, just announced that it will buy Cisco's consumer home networking unit, Linksys. Financial terms aren't being disclosed, at least not by Belkin as yet, though the price may show up in a Cisco filing