Beth Comstock

Rafi Spero, CEO of NeatReceipts, stood on the sidelines of the recent Pepcom product show in New York City and pondered the major consumer and product trends that will be highlighted at 2008 CES. “The biggest trend I see emerging is how do people safely store all their digital content; how do they easily transport it to where they want it to go; and how do how do they easily access it once they’re there?” he said. “That’s a trend that’s going to last a while.” There have been several products and services in the past that have provided safe storage and easy access

Rafi Spero, CEO of NeatReceipts, stood on the sidelines of the recent Pepcom product show in New York City and pondered the major consumer and product trends that will be highlighted at 2008 CES. “The biggest trend I see emerging is how do people safely store all their digital content; how do they easily transport it to where they want it to go; and how do how do they easily access it once they’re there?” he said. “That’s a trend that’s going to last a while.” There have been several products and services in the past that have provided safe storage and easy access

Not that the largest trade show in the world was ever “under the radar” exactly, but this year’s CES looks like it will get more attention from major media and entertainment companies than ever before. CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro announced last night in New York at the CES Preview press conference two major content partnerships that will give the January 5-10th show more of a presence in daily news coverage. First, CEA is teaming up with NBC Universal to provide dozens of hours of live TV broadcasts from the show floor. Beth Comstock, President of Integrated Media for NBC Universal said

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