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CES Trends 2014: Developments in Biotech

To give you an inside look at consumer tech’s biggest event of the year, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Weber Shandwick is bringing you a blog series on the latest trends popping up on the show floor. Our third post centers on developments in biotech, as told by Weber Shandwick’s Kristen Stippich, Senior Vice President, Technology. […]

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CES Trends 2014: The Rise of Wearables

To give you an inside look at consumer tech’s biggest event of the year, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Weber Shandwick is bringing to you a blog series on the latest trends popping up on the show floor. Our second post discusses the rise of wearable tech as told by Weber Shandwick’s Laura Moriarty, Senior Vice […]

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CES 2014 Trends: The Evolution of Mobile

To give you an inside look at consumer tech’s biggest event of the year, the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Weber Shandwick is bringing to you a blog series on the latest trends popping up on the show floor. We’re kicking the series off with a recap of mobile trends by Charlie Witkowski, Weber Shandwick Vice President, Consumer.  […]

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The Next Wireless Revolution (in the Pacific Northwest and Beyond)

Recent CES and Mobile World Congress events showcased an expanding world of wireless connections as part of our everyday lives, beyond the mobile devices that make phone calls, send text messages or check email. This new wireless revolution is often referred to as machine-to-machine (M2M) technology or “The Internet of Things.” M2M refers to technologies […]

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What I Don’t Hate About CES

I’ll admit that I love to hate CES as much as everyone else. The lines for everything from check-in to taxicabs are too long, the working hours are even longer and God forbid for PR people – the news doesn’t always match the hype. But despite the challenges, and the increasing ability for more people to watch […]

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How to Make the Most of Mobile World Congress

Having just wrapped up a very enjoyable three days at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it is a good time to reflect on what can make this show a success for marketers and companies. Collide Industries to Create Big News. One of the big themes of the show is simply that mobile technology can and […]

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Post-CES: The Show’s Continued Impact on Society

Now that everyone’s favorite technology show has been powered down until next January, it’s time to reflect on this year’s hottest trends and speculate how they will influence our personal and professional lives in the year ahead. We recently informed you that Hanson Hosein, the Director of the Master of Communication in Digital Media program […]

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Trending Tech: Google Changes Search With “Plus Your World,” Ultrabooks and Smart TVs Make Waves at CES

CES 2012 marked the end of an era as Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer delivered the software giant’s last keynote speech. Surprisingly, “Ultrabooks” received lots of CES buzz despite poor PC sales during the last quarter of 2012. In other news, Google’s “Search Plus Your World” update changes how content is ranked in search, much to the […]

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CES 2012: The Best Ways to Experience the Show Sans Vegas

All eyes are on Vegas this week, and it’s not because of the Strip’s bright lights and relatively warm weather this time of year. This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), happening January 10-13th in Las Vegas,  has had the tech world and beyond buzzing for months – trying to figure out what to expect and […]

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