Former Washington Redskin quarterback Joe Theismann delivers pep talk to the CEA Leadership Academy.
Vizio this week announced the launch of the new Vizio Internet Apps Plus platform. The platform, which adds new apps to the previous version, debuts in the new M-Series Razor LED smart TV line.
The Internet, which I affectingly call DOS (“Darwin On Speed”, the fastest unionization between push and pull) has changed the balance of retail power forever. DOS has disrupted brick-and-mortar retailers' once advantaged in-store product and price presentations in stark favor of cloud-based insights and pricing benefits.
According to ETNews, Google has been a tad miffed about Smart TV developers who’ve opted to move to a universal, HTML5-based app structure instead of adopting Google TV, and has been taking it out on TV makers by placing a barrier to entry for such TVs trying to access YouTube, in the form of “Browser Conformity” tests.
President and CEO of the CEA Gary Shapiro kicked off a spirited fireside chat during CE Week that touched on freedom, legal posturing and the future of content delivery.
The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) announced that it will host a social media training webinar, the first of its kind, on June 5.
BrandSource member Gormsen’s Maytag of San Diego, Calif., won the buying group’s store makeover last month.
Published on the company’s official YouTube channel for the Netherlands on Wednesday, Samsung shared three half-minute videos demonstrating their new flagship Galaxy smartphone. The clips each provide practical, real-life examples of a unique feature the S4 has to offer — and man, are they something or what?
Marking the second installment of Samsung’s “Be Ready 4 the Next Galaxy” campaign leading up to Thursday’s “Unpacked” event in New York City, the company has published a new video teaser on their YouTube page Monday morning. Starring spokesman, (cough) spokes-child Mr. Jeremy Maxwell and the glowing box again; a buddy outside his bedroom window and his dog seem desperate to know “What’s in the box?”
If you are planning a $200 splurge on premium headphones - as millions of people are this year - who will give you the most for your money? Maybe a rapper like Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon or Ludacris?
Or will you get better sound with headphones branded by rockers like Motörhead or inspired by the reggae artist Bob Marley?
Maybe headphones associated with the sports stars Tim Tebow and Michael Phelps or the reality television star Nicole Polizzi, better known as Snooki, produce even better sound?