Robert Struble

David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

The mission of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is to support the consumer electronics industry. Year after year, the International CES hosts the world’s greatest festival of technology and ingenuity. In 2007, CE sales are projected to top $155 billion in the United States—a 7 percent growth over 2006. The consumer electronics industry is driving our economy, providing good jobs to two million Americans, and ensuring that America continues to lead the world in innovation. But as is often the case, the success and growth of one industry, particularly an innovative sector fostering change, is perceived as a threat by other industries wedded to entrenched

Best Buy, RealNetworks, SanDisk Conspire to Kill iPod, iTunes Best Buy Co. Inc. creates a music service powered by RealNetworks Inc.’s Rhapsody service and optimized for SanDisk Corp.’s latest digital music players. Called the Best Buy Digital Music Store, it is based on the newly released Rhapsody 4.0, and Sansa e200R Rhapsody players. The players will come preloaded with 30 hours of music from EMI, SonyBMG, Universal and Warner artists. The move is designed to rattle the 88 percent share of the digital music download market held by Apple’s iTunes service and the better than 50 percent share of the digital music player market held by

Starting this winter, HD Radio broadcasters nationwide plan to give away thousands of HD radio receivers in three product categories as part of a new promotion powered by iBiquity Digital. Car connect adaptors, which allow a user to receive HD content without swapping out their factory-installed receivers; Directed Electronics table top units, a three-piece with two detached speakers and external antennae and Sangean HDT-1 Tuners, designed for home theater systems; are all being offered by iBiquity to HD Radio stations at a third of their MSRP. Robert Struble, president and CEO of iBiquity Digital, says, “Now, more than ever, is the time

Manufacturer's Hope Is In New Technologies By David Dritsas Despite the growing market for consumer electronics overall, audio is still lagging as a category. But at this year's CES, new technologies and strengthening alliances showed they could help boost the market for the coming year. HD Radio At the forefront of this promise is HD Radio. Prior to the show, iBiquity Digital, the company behind digital radio technology, joined retailer Ultimate Electronics in launching the sale of the first consumer-ready model, a Kenwood HD Receiver for the car (model KTC-HR100 $399), at a store in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. And it looks like more

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