Video Broadcast Takes Insights, Trends, and New Products Beyond the Walls of CES NEW YORK, November 21, 2013—Living in Digital Times and the MommyTech Summit are adding a new dimension to the 2014 International CES® experience with the launch of MommyTech TV, a collection of video broadcasts bringing exhibitor and conference news from CES with a […]
There’s a great article in this issue of Gaming Industry News by Matthew Handrahan. He looks at the enormous success of Skylanders and the awesome match between John Coyne at Activision and Toys For Bob.
If you regularly consult YPulse for your youth-tech events, you’ll notice that the 2012 CES and concurrent Kids@Play Summit in January are listed. See you in January.
By ANDREA SMITH (@abcandrea) May 5, 2011 Tired of giving your mother flowers that always end up dead in the garbage? Hate that the jewelry you bought for her never sees the light of day — well, except for that one Halloween? Want to do something grander than a homemade card? I mean, you aren’t […]
Last week, I attended my first Consumer Electronics Show, the massive exhibition of all things technology in Las Vegas. Not unlike Sin City itself, it’s something everyone should see once, just for the jaw-dropping sensory overload. With 140,000 attendees walking 35 football fields of show floor, it’s no surprise that a booth showing state-of-the-art recliners […]
Read More: Angry Birds, Angry Birds Board Game, Angry Birds Board Game Photos, Angry Birds Game, Angry Birds Mattel, Angry Birds Pictures, Gaming, Poll, Slidepollajax, Video, Technology News Angry Birds is on Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android operating system, PlayStation, and, now, cardboard. Mattel is launching Angry Birds Knock on Wood, a board game based on […]
e all know that moms are amazing multi-taskers, the savviest of shoppers, and maintain order in the most hectic of households. But today’s mom is also hip to adopt the latest and greatest gadgets. The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas highlighted this trend by showing off gadgets for moms in the first-ever “Mommy tech” […]
At CES, one of the most memorable and relevant segments of the show for NKT was MommyTech and Kids@Play. This special section of the show and conference track spotlighted technology that underscores mom’s influence in the technology sector. I’m all about technology that makes parenthood easier and more organized, but on the flipside, I don’t […]
For over a decade, the NY Technology Forum in Brooklyn (aka GovTech) has given an opportunity for City officials to get together to discuss best practices, network and visit with the vendors who keep NYC’s IT infrastructure running. Tom visits the Brooklyn Marriott event in this week’s show. After our Week In Review, listen to […]
Virtual armies of technology enthusiasts won’t be the only attendees at CES this year. They’ll be joined by a fleet of bloggers employed by exhibitors looking to capture the public’s imagination. C.C. Chapman, a “digital dad” and blogger of five years from Boston, will blog for consumer goods maker Kenmore from the floor of the […]