2017 News Coverage

TheStripLIVE.com | LAS VEGAS | Media Showcase | Interview with celebrity guest Nick Verreos for THE STRIP LIVE celebrity talk show | Director's cut | Join new media producers and celebrity positioning specialists Maria Ngo and Ray DuGray as they hangout and showcase Nick Verreos (fashion designer, Project Runway mentor) on location for the Fashion Ware show at International CES inside the Las Vegas Convention Center. Read More...

Everyone here at CES knows how big the wearables market is.  We also know that it’s been slightly stagnant over the past few years.   Well, we heard about a company that’s trying to revolutionize the industry.  They’re called Boltt and they’ve just announced their line of advanced fitness wearables.  And we had a chance to catch up with them on the show floor. Read More...

Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held every year in January at Las Vegas is a premier electronic convention held annually for showcasing exceptional technological advancements in the consumer electronics industry. This year, the 4-day event held from January 5 through January 8, 2017, marked its 50th anniversary with 3,886 exhibitors showing off myriad revolutionary tech trends and avant-garde gadgets that will drive the future of technology globally. Read More...

CES 2017 included almost four thousand exhibitors, literally hundreds of thousands of products, and exhibit space equal to more than 30 football fields. Picking a handful of products from this overwhelming display was a daunting task. Our 2017 picks are the combined efforts of Tech50+ Editor-At-Large John Quain, Contributing Editor Linda Moskowitz, and Chief Content Officer Gary Kaye. Read More...

At CES 2017, wearables had a dedicated marketplace of more than 80 exhibitors. In addition, wearables were showcased across many other subcategories, including health and wellness, sports tech, sleep tech, and family and baby tech, totaling more than 250 exhibitors. We are indeed seeing a digitization and democratization of healthcare, which is becoming a central theme for wearables, very much in line with the findings in Tractica’s Wearable Devices for Healthcare Markets report. Read More...

CES 2017 (the Consumer Electronics Show) has come and gone once again, bringing with it the newest wearables, state-of-the-art tech platforms, robots, and all things IoT. And as connected devices displayed their illustrious potential throughout the event, they also come as an indication of parallel efforts to come from cybercriminals. Meaning, as technology evolves, so do cyberthreats—a topic area that I was able to explore with event attendees during the Cybersecurity Forum panel, “Evolving Threats in a Connected World.” Read More...