Category Archives: Digital Technology Consulting

VR’s Rocky Road to the Mainstream

VR suffers multiple format, ergonomic and technical issues that could delay or even permanently impede its path to the radio-TV-web mainstream. Read more about VR’s Rocky Road to the Mainstream in this blog post.

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Ready for the AI TV Future?

Ready for the AI TV Future?

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UHD Blu-ray’s Narrow Opportunity Window

UHD Blu-ray’s Narrow Opportunity Window

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The Coming 1K/2K to 4K Upconversion Disconnect

The Coming 1K/2K to 4K Upconversion Disconnect Or why I won’t buy a 4K TV – yet.

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How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

How Disruptive Will Bluetooth Mesh Be?

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CES at 50: Lessons Still Not Learned

CES at 50: Lessons Still Not Learned

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50th Anniversary of CES

The first CES took place June 25-28, 1967, and I wrote numerous (admittedly similar) pieces about it for: TWICE – CES Turns 50 Sound & Vision – CES at 50: From Humble Origins to Global Showcase Dealerscope – CES: The Summer … Continue reading

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Why Automation Fears Are Misplaced

Why Automation Fears Are Misplaced

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Different Looks at AI, Security/Privacy and eSports

Different Looks at AI, Security/Privacy and eSports A spring preview of the fall IFA 2017 show.

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The Technology Forest: Don’t Get Lost in the Woods

The Technology Forest: Don’t Get Lost in the Woods Believe it or not, there is a somewhat timely pattern to the historical disruption caused by technology advances. Let’s call the individual technology advances the trees, and the profound business and … Continue reading

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