Category Archives: CES

CES 2016: Hisense & Sharp Announce 47 New TV Models

During CES once again, I did on-the-spot reporting for the Show Daily, run by TWICE. Many of the stories I wrote appeared ONLY in the printed edition of the Show Daily, unfortunately. But this story on Hisense’s new 2016 TVs … Continue reading

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Samsung Smart Fridge Harmonizes With Amazon Echo’s Alexa

Um, well – apparently that headline is wrong, as was the Amazon reference in a similar report I wrote for Techlicious (“Samsung’s New Refrigerator Is Also a Giant Tablet“). Samsung told a group of reporters it had invited to a … Continue reading

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It’s A Smart Home Boomtown At The Sands

TWICE assigned me the smart home beat for CES. Here’s one of my on-site reports on what new gear was on display in a wide variety of booths at the Sands’ Smart Home Marketplace during the show.

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My TWICE CES Coverage

As per usual, I assisted TWICE magazine, the leading consumer electronics trade publication, in its CES 2015 coverage. I was assigned to cover the emerging DIY smart home market as well as tablets, but strayed afield some to OLED TVs and other topics. … Continue reading

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My TWICE CES 2014 Coverage

For the just ended CES in Las Vegas, I covered the show for the TWICE show daily. Here are the things I reported on: Huawei Sets Sights On U.S. With Ascend Mate2 Phablet T-Mobile’s Legere Lets Loose On Rivals Valeo … 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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