Monthly Archives: January 2013

An open letter to PR people

Public relations folks often ask me the best way to approach the media, which I appreciate because in the lead-up to and during CES, we tech media types get BOMBARDED by “visit our booth” requests – followed up by “we … Continue reading

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My CES panel on Passpoint (aka Hotspot 2.0, aka Next Generation Hotspot, aka NGH)

In the next few years, how you connect to Wi-Fi is going to change radically – it’ll be seamless just like connecting to a cell signal – thanks to a new Wi-Fi standard called Passpoint (sometimes known as Hotspot 2.0 … Continue reading

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Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame bios

I’m sort of the unofficial historian for the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame. I’m one of the judges for the Hall of Fame and I’ve written all the bios since 2008. This is a fascinating group of folks, and I’m … Continue reading

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My history of the invention of video recording

One of the least known invention stories of a major technology, in my view, is the invention of video tape recording. And one of my favorite fun facts that a young Ray Dolby, the noise suppression and surround sound guy, … Continue reading

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My history of the invention of the cellphone

Back in 2007, I wrote what I believe is considered the definitive history of the development of the cellphone for American Heritage of Invention & Technology Magazine. At least it’s considered the definitive history by Martin Cooper, the Motorola executive … Continue reading

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My CES coverage for Tech Goes Strong

Everyone (well, maybe only those friends and family I’ve bumped into in the last week) asks me what cool things I saw at CES. To save myself the time and trouble of actually answering, you can read my answers at … Continue reading

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CES Coming-Out Party for UHD

My bi-weekly “blog” for Digital Technology Consulting, written during the hubbub of CES, on the introduction and impact of the new 4K UHD TVs, which you can read here.

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My Health & Fitness post for Men’s Fitness magazine

At CES a couple of weeks ago, I collected info and photos for bunch of new health & fitness products for Men’s Fitness magazine, which you can read here.

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