FutureVision was an exclusive event hosted by Dealerscope and Ryan Retail Consulting that brought together consumer electronics industry leaders from among the upper echelons of retailing with top-tier executives from key vendors.
T-Mobile will hold its next "Un-Carrier" event Tuesday, which it's calling a "major announcement."
The inaugural FutureVision Conference’s first day in Sonoma Tuesday was a forum for three visionaries – futurist Jim Carroll, ShopRunner CEO and former Yahoo and PayPal executive Scott Thompson, and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone – to present their views of how technology has shaped and will continue to shape the retail industry, the consumer and the content that is delivered to that consumer. Some of the comments were colored by anecdotes from the speakers’ personal experiences.
The embargo for reviewers of the new iPhone 6 appears to have lifted, and- as is often the case with the critics Apple presents with review units- the early notices are positive.
We have smartly trolled through a multitude of business economies based upon our united world view of technology, retailing and manufacturing. We began back in the days of centralized mainframe computing dominance in the once-titled information economy.
Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service has overtaken rivals Apple and Hulu in online video usage, the company said Tuesday- but it remains behind the leader in the category, Netflix.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's first-ever keynote address at International CES Tuesday was mostly about mobile apps, content, and illustrating the different ways the software and Internet company interfaces with the consumer electronics world.
The organizers of 2014 International CES rounded out its lineup of keynote speakers, as President/CEO Gary Shapiro announced Tuesday at the CES Unveiled event in New York that a pair of CEOs- Cisco's John Chambers and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer will deliver "Tech Titans" keynotes.
As an assiduous buying society, we have morphed quickly from an old financially sound “work hard, save your pennies and eventually enjoy the gratification of a new TV or tablet” mentality to our current, highly emotional internet-induced buying, better characterized by “I see it, I want it, it’s on sale and I shall have it through instant credit, right now!”