Steve Kirkeby

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.

It’s always interesting to see how the major digital camera manufacturers fare in the annual J.D. Power and Associates 2007 Digital Camera Usage and Satisfaction Study. The research firm recently released the results of this year’s study and a different manufacturer sat on top of all four of the digicam categories they measure. The Canon PowerShot SD series ranks highest in the premium point and shoot segment, the Casio Exilim Zoom series ranks highest in the ultra slim segment, the Fujifilm Finepix F series leads the point and shoot segment and the Nikon D series ranks highest among DSLR model. The study, which

LG, Sharp Announce LCD Prices Following suit with what is one of the sharpest trends in 2006, LG and Sharp announce that overproduction and cost reductions will cause LCD prices to fall by 20 to 30 percent by 2007. At the IFA Consumer Electronics show in Berlin, head of global marketing for LG’s display division Young Chan Kim told reporters, “Last year we saw about 30 percent of price reductions for plasma and a little bit more for LCD. Next year, in 2007, we expect about the same.” Sharp President Katsuhiko Machido placed the number closer to 20 percent in an interview with Reuters, adding,

According to a recent study by J.D. Power and Associates, high-speed internet service has surpassed dial-up’s market share for the first time. 56 percent of residential ISP customers use high-speed service as compared to dial-up, which has dropped from 55 to 44 percent since last year. The survey also measured intent to switch service providers, which has risen to 21 percent among dial-up users while remaining flat among high-speed subscribers, indicating that the trend toward high-speed may continue. A steady decrease in the cost of high-speed service is credited, in part, for the change. Prices are down $1.99 since 2004

More Blogs