Earlier this month, I attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. This event receives a significant amount of attention from both technology and mainstream news sources, so a recap of the new TVs (which were amazing), Ultrabooks (I want one), and other gizmos (do we need a six-foot-tall iPod dock?) isn’t really useful. However there is one theme I want to key in on. I didn’t quite see it while I was walking the exhibit floor, but realized it after discussing the event with colleagues.
Broadcast is dead.
As you probably know, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off today in Las Vegas. Each year CES is one of the most anticipated expos in the tech world, exhibiting all kinds of new gadgets that shape the market over the coming year. It also usually features noteworthy innovations relevant to the world of alerts and warnings. This year is no different. Continue reading »