Plus: Check out the next frontier for Walmart’s AR campaign.
A new carbon-capturing plant, called "Mammoth", is set to begin construction with potential to be the largest facility of its type in the world.
The retail sector has become among the most vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks and the convenience store space, in particular, has been a hot-button topic
Plus: GM expands partnership with EVgo to add a new “Plug and Charge” feature.
Plus: See how intelligent pricing can help companies maximize revenue.
Plus: KEF unleashes a series of updates to the LSX II, adding wireless connectivity.
Review bombers are hurting companies online image with false reviews, see how Epic Games found a way to combat them.
Plus: See what Samsung’s new ISOCELL HP3 200-megapixel camera sensor means for the future of smartphones.
Shopify has announced that it now offers more than 100 new features on its e-commerce platform, as well as a partnership with Twitter
The new iPhone software, iOS 16, is set to be released this fall. The big news about the software update is that it will allow users to avoid CAPTCHAs
Plus: These four senators are calling for the U.S. to implement standardized charging ports.
This is the age of tech startups. Yet few are able to reach what has been termed as "unicorn status," or a valuation of...
Plus: Ferrari plans to be 60 percent electric by 2026 and Amazon’s Prime Day event will kick off on July, 12.
Plus: Unconventional upstart Nothing is set to release a challenger to the iPhone.
Plus, Rivian has teamed up with Tunein to put radio stations from over 200 countries inside its EVs.
Plus: A small California town is going to be one of the first to experience drone deliveries from Amazon.
Plus: Meta has announced that it is discontinuing Portal devices for consumers.
Summer Gamefest kicked off this week and Samsung adds the Xbox app to its Gaming Hub on future smart TV models.
Plus, over 19 percent of brands experienced a decline in customer experience score.
Apple recently announced its update to Apple Pay called Apple Pay Later, which allows customers to make purchases in four installments without interest.
Plus: Uber and Waymo team up to create an autonomous trucking ecosystem.
Selling into K12 is more similar to enterprise than it is different.
Plus, Elon Musk plans to lay off 10 percent of Tesla’s workforce.
Plus, BMW announces the release of its latest EV, the iX1.
Plus, Porsche invests $500 million in EV supercar company Rimac.
Plus, Lumix and Leica have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement.
Plus, Broadcom acquires VMware for a whopping $61 billion.
Plus, Gucci and Oura have partnered to unleash a smart ring made out of 18-carat gold.
Despite the chip shortage happening now, demand for 5G is only growing. According to a recent study done by FMI, the 5G chipset market is expected...
This Monday, SpaceX released its new Starlink for RV made specifically for RVs traveling to locations lacking strong, or any, internet connectivity.
On May 10th, EA Sports announced they will be renaming their almost 30-year long-run video game franchise - FIFA - to EA Sports FC.
Plus, Walmart will expand its drone delivery service to six states by the end of the year.
Plus, Nationwide officially opens registration for its PrimeTime Backyard event in Orlando.
Plus, LG unveils its new HU915QE CineBeam 4K laser ultra-short throw projector.
What’s hot, what’s not, and what matters in the high-speed wireless arena.
Samsung SmartThings is expanding its efforts related to Matter by announcing a Partner Early Access Program to test their first-ever Matter-compatible products. Matter is expected...
The Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn the landmark case on abortion rights - Roe v. Wade - carries major implications that will impact...
This filing did not include the assets that were previously purchased by Premium Audio Company (PAC) and Sharp.
The founder of Sakar International, Charles Saka, passed away on Friday, April 22nd, surrounded by his family. He was 80 years old.
Plus, Beko names industry veteran Chuck Bryant as director of OEM sales and marketing.
Plus: the Sonos Roam will be available in three new colors starting June 1.
Plus: McIntosh brings CD players back to life with the new MCD12000 SACD/CD Player.
Erinn Loucks, previously chief editor for Dealerscope's sister publication, Connected Design, has been named as editor in chief of both Dealerscope and Connected Design....
Plus: Bowers & Wilkins and Lenovo partner up on the Slim 9i laptop’s sound system.
Plus: Soundcore releases the Motion Boom Plus speaker, which is designed to take the party on the go.
Plus, Sennheiser releases its latest set of TV earphones.
Plus: LG teases out a new collaboration with the Star Wars franchise, and Volta is set to bring electric delivery trucks to the US in 2023.
The OTT market is at an all-time high, with consumers benefiting from an abundance of choice from a variety of service providers offering a variety of content and subscription models. That's what makes it tough.
Plus, Campfire Audio releases its first set of custom-fit planar magnetic earphones.
Plus, Marshall unleashes its first ultra-compact Bluetooth speaker: The Willen.
Plus: Knowles and JH Audio team up to unleash the Sharona IEM, which is designed with musicians in mind.
GfK global strategic insights analyst Norbert Herzog and Omdia research director Paul Gray offer insights on TVs and CE.
The year may still be plagued with uncertainty, but consumer technology continues apace.
Plus: Garmin unleashes its new Quatix 7 series watches which are designed for people who love to be on the water.
Products that support cloud gaming will also see significant growth.
Plus, US GDP fell 1.4 percent in Q1 2022 despite consumer spending growing by 2.7 percent.
Plus, DARPA and Intel pair up to create a simulation course for the company’s autonomous off-road combat vehicles.
Plus, Dell Technologies has announced new Latitude and Precision work-friendly notebooks.
Plus: Meta is set to open its first physical store next month.
“The Great Shift: Future of Mobility and New Urbanism” study identified 10 trending topics, including Mobility & Sustainability, Micromobility, Autonomous Driving and New Urbanism.
Plus, new Roborock updates enable off-peak energy-conscious S7 MaxV robo-vac charging, and Solo Stove drops its new Pi pizza oven.
The appliance manufacturer's "Hack the Normal 2022" coding challenge encourages the development of unique ideas and solutions to “create a positive impact on people and the planet“.
Plus, Denon releases the DHT-S217 soundbar featuring built-in subwoofers and Dolby Atmos 3D audio technology.
Plus: Eclipse releases its first new loudspeaker in seven years, but the company has included plenty of updates to compensate.
Plus: Beko will release its new line of sustainable CornerIntense Dishwashers in May.
Plus, Creative Technology unveils its updated line of Outlier true wireless earbuds.
Plus: Iconic Mission 770 speaker refreshed for today’s digital and analog audio needs alike.
Plus, New products from Sony, OnePlus, Mission, and Catalyst.
Plus, AAMD acquires AudioControl, and Hyundai announces plans to begin EV production in the US by December 2022.
Plus: HTSN, Nationwide’s network of custom integration dealers, has announced its latest partnership with Snap One.
Plus: TP-Link unleashes its first WiFi 6E router system: the Deco XE75, which has speeds of up to 5,400 Mbps.
Plus, Retrospec releases two new electric longboards, which can reach a top speed of an electrifying 26mph.
Also, Q Acoustics has released its sleek wall-mounted E120 sound system that delivers surround sound audio with no wires.
Plus, VanMoof’s new e-bikes include a new step-in frame to make for an easier ride.
After you’ve had a laugh, get back to reality and read up on Nationwide and Oracle’s new NetSuite offering to buying group members.
Besides fewer streaming services, smart TVs will increasingly become the central point of any connected home.
Plus, Vietnamese EV startup VinFast plans to build a $5 billion manufacturing facility in North Carolina.
How consumers learned to stop worrying and love connected products.
Plus, smart infrastructure company 3Red8 to build the first coast-to-coast open-access fiber-optic network.
Plus, Rode unleashes its first-ever pair of headphones, which are built for creators.
Plus, a former Microsoft employee accuses the company of spending millions on bribes abroad.
Plus, Nvidia has developed new NeRF technology that trains AI to instantly create 3D objects from 2D images.
Plus, Future Ready Solutions adds industry veteran Lawrence Davis to the executive team as VP of Business Development.
Smart TVs cement themselves as the home’s premier streaming device. 55 percent of houses with broadband Internet also own a smart TV.
"You invest in your people, and it's amazing how it pays back,” the Gravity Payments CEO and Founder said of the strategy.
Plus: Nvidia unleashes a slew of AI-oriented products at its annual GPU Technology Conference.
Also: LG’s highly-anticipated 2022 OLED TV lineup hits the market. See how you can get one.
Plus, Gibson Custom Shop is set to bring to life a concept guitar drawn by former president Theodore McCarthy back in 1957.
Several prizes went to CE-related technologies at the annual technology festival in Austin.
Plus, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to the stage at SXSW to discuss the company’s plan for the metaverse and retail use cases.
Plus, Z-Wave Alliance has announced that the Ecolink 700 Series Garage Door Controller is the first product to receive Z-Wave Long Range certification.
Plus, LG is your home for all things March Madness. LG has partnered with the NCAA, Turner Sports, and CBS Sports, to launch the March Madness Live app.
Plus, Audi will start integrating Holoride’s virtual reality entertainment system into its cars this summer.
Plus, according to the NHTSA cars may no longer be required to have a steering wheel or pedals. Check out what this means for autonomous vehicles.
Plus, Centricity appoints Ted Moorthy to be the company’s new President. Before joining Centricity, Morre was the President of Lifecycle Services for Likewize.
BrandSource CEO Jim Ristow and others stressed positive trends, resilience, and flexibility at the buying group's opening General Session.
Plus, Apple iOS 15.4 to reach users next week. Here are some of the cool new features.
Plus, retail fraud jumped with the transition to the online marketplace. Here are a few scam tactics retailers should stay cognizant of.
Plus, Kharkiv, one of Ukraine's major industrial centers, has endured a relentless barrage of Russian bombings that have weakened its production infrastructure.
Plus, Sony and Honda are teaming up to produce EVs.
Plus, Incase, manufacturers of electronic accessories, released two new hardshell cases for the MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch devices.
Plus, Walmart is requesting RFID smart labels on consumer electronics products. What does this mean for the future of RFID technology in retail?
Also, LG Electronics has just announced the release of its 2022 LG CineBeam 4K laser projector, which comes in two models: the HU715Q and the HU710P.
Dolphin Audio releases a new portable karaoke entertainment system, the KP240, which comes with two microphones and sound-activated multi-color light rings.
Plus, AOC Teams up with Riot Games to deploy the AGON PRO AG275QXL, which is the first League of Legends-inspired gaming monitor.
Ring announces ONVIF integration by late April, which gives customers the ability to connect to other security cameras and create a home security ecosystem.
Plus, a look back at Nationwide PrimeTime, held in Arizona, which included a slew of educational and networking events for its family of independent retailers
Nearly a third of the 1 billion unique devices connected to XFinity WiFi were mobile phones, at 347 million devices.
The retailer expected only to pay out $100 million, but the Omicron variant changed all that.
Nationwide members had plenty of opportunities to learn about these fast-growing categories at last week's expo.
In spite of the pandemic, the show floor was packed with manufacturers and members.
Plus, Motorola and Verizon Unleash 5G Neckband with the potential to create less cumbersome virtual reality headsets.
Plus, Apple is increasing pay and benefits for retail employees.
The purpose of the $5 billion National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program is to create an alternative fuel corridor across the U.S..
Plus, Samsung unveils the new S22 Ultra smartphone at its first Unpacked event of 2022.
Plus, Element Appliance and Electronics has teamed up with ADC to distribute products to Nationwide members on the East Coast.
Also in 'The Daily Scope': Shoppers are still buying in bulk, two years into the pandemic.
The special program will help Nationwide members better position the Thermador brand in their stores, both online and off.
The 58th NMG Expo will also feature 14 different learning tracks, 200 vendors, and specialty networking groups.
What to expect from shipping prices in 2022.
Plus, TuSimple and Union Pacific to launch an automated trucking route this spring.
Plus, Pro-Ject releases its first automatic turntable: the AI.
From delivery hijackings to smash and grab looting, 70 percent of retailers reported experiencing an increase in retail crime during 2021.
SMBs now have access to the last-mile delivery service to get products out to customers in as little as 15 minutes
The social commerce market is set to explode in the coming years. Here are a few ways that businesses can make to most of this growth.
Say goodbye to mobile pay hardware, Apple is preparing to unveil tap-to-transact functionality so SMBs can accept payments directly from an iPhone.
Median inventory of chips among manufacturers is down to only five days, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Plus, Nationwide adds two vendors to its PrimeTime outdoor lineup, and Sony just announced the release of its latest audio system.
Set to reach $11 billion in 2022 live streaming will grow significantly this year, and retailers need to be prepared.
A recent study from Harmony Healthcare IT reviewed Google search volume data to determine the most common tech-related ailments, pains, and stresses.
Just as companies came to utilize BOPIS during the pandemic, so, too, will they adapt to the metaverse becoming the next digital frontier of retail.
Made from 30 percent recycled glass, the Pure 3 from BodyGuardz is the first screen protector to be certified by TÜV Rheinland with the Green Product Mark.
Due to Omicron, the Toy Association’s 2022 Toy Trends Briefing will virtually feature product releases and the hottest trends from across the toy industry.
In order to facilitate expansion into the North American market, Hisense has added four new executives, some from LG and Samsung, with a plethora of industry experience.
Under the Matter interoperability standard, consumers will be able to create an ecosystem of connected products from different brands.
Monitors and TVs are becoming increasingly equipped with HDMI 2.1, which means resolutions up to 10K and frame rates up to 120 frames per second.
CES 2022 was another big one for gaming hardware in general, with manufacturers showing off a slew of gaming laptops, VR headsets, and more.
The inaugural eMobility experience testing area at CES 2022 showcased everything from sleek road bikes to 007 style snow bikes.
From sleek road bikes to 007-style snow bikes, ebikes and scooters of every type were introduced at CES 2022, which also debuted its eMobility Experience testing area.
Cyber-attacks are on the rise, but government and the private sector must work together to improve security without stifling innovation, said the panelists.
From scintillating prototypes to delivery robots to infrastructure plays, battery electric vehicles were all over CES 2022 in Las Vegas last week.
Five U.S. senators, all women and all members of the Senate Commerce Committee, appeared together for a CES 2022 panel in Las Vegas, to discuss key tech issues.
From first mile to last mile commercial electric vehicles will help retailers reduce fuel costs, improve delivery uptime, and solve some supply chain issues.
CES 2022 is over and to make things easy we have centralized all of our extensive coverage of the event into today’s Daily Scope.
Plus, Updates from Nationwide and Howard’s, and from CES 2022 smart dog collar Wagz is one cool innovation from this year’s Pepcom Digital Experience event.
Brick and mortar lives! CES panel looks at the retail renaissance- and the creative things some businesses are doing
Dealerscope Impact Awards 2022. Plus, we are spotlighting some of the amazing innovations from CES 2022 in fields ranging from sustainability to smart tech.
According to the U.S. Consuemr Tech Industry Forecast, the CE sector is projected to reach revenue of $505 billion, which is an all-time high.
Dayrize uses geospatial mapping technology and computer algorithms to rapidly evaluate the environmental impact of any consumer product.
This year's winners were chosen by by tallying the votes of our entire team here at Dealerscope, with four special editors’ awards chosen by individual editors.
The next generation of Moen’s award-winning Smart Faucet, the Smart Faucet with Motion Control features new touchless technology that allows the user to control temperature and water flow by using simple hand motions.
LG Electronics USA (LG) today unveiled its most advanced and impressive TV lineup yet, headlined by the company's exceptional 2022 OLED TVs. With powerful imaging technologies...
Chief executive of General Motors, Marry Barra, discussed the new partnerships and electric vehicles coming to the company in 2022.
Jong-Hee "J.H." Han, Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics talked about new products, but mostly addressed the company's sustainability efforts, new partnerships, and other more big-picture considerations.
EVs seem to be a gateway technology to auto manufacturing, even for storied consumer electronics companies better known for more traditional gadgets.
Lenovo unveils a 30th Anniversary ThinkPad with a focus on sustainability. Hisense welcomes Micro LED technology to its new 2022 U9H lineup.
James Fishler, Senior Vice President of Consumer Electronics gives insight on what Samsung products he's excited for at CES this year and gives details on what new features 2022 Samsung TVs will have.
The sleek new device auto-calibrates in one second and has voice control, smart TV capabilities, built-in music streaming. It's also a light.
The TV manufacturer has made gaming and streaming capabilities its top priority with the release of its new 2022 lineup.
Abode Wireless Video Doorbell and Abode Color Bulbs – into the expanding and comprehensive Abode ecosystem.
Gamers will be happy to hear that about the new Predator Orion desktop models, laptops, and gaming monitors.
Besides the 120-inch LG5 4K Smart Laser TV, the company unviled the PX1-PRO TriChroma Laser Cinema and new ULED models.
The company is introducing a Smart Thermostat and Temperature Sensor, a line of Outdoor Security Cameras, and additional lighting products to the family of connected products at CES 2022, and will continue to launch more hardware, as well as innovative software solutions, throughout the year.
The Z-Wave Alliance, the standards development organization dedicated to advancing the smart home and Z-Wave technology, has released its third-annual Z-Wave State of the...
At CES, Sony Intros 8K & 4K Mini LED, OLED & 4K LED BRAVIA XR Lineups
The computer is made from post-consumer recycled plastic in its chassis and keycaps. Acer also announced new Chromebooks just ahead of CES 2022.
On the eve of CES 2022, the new lineup of OLED and LED TVs from LG Electronics come in new sizes and ship with a plethora of new features and compatibility.
The season of returns is upon us and will be more costly than 2020 due to increases in online sales and consumer over-purchasing due to supply chain issues.
Samsung adds new features to its 2022 TV models and makes more eco-friendly changes to its packaging and remotes.
Demand for home upgrades and custom installation is on the rise, so how can dealers and integrators can work together to capitalize on this trend in the new year?
Retailers from Apple to Walmart have had to temporarily shut down brick-and-mortar locations to stem the Omicron variant[s spread.
Whether we see this past year as a glass half full or a glass half empty, we can all agree on one thing: 2021 was certainly better than 2020.
Retailers and brands have utilized different routes and methods of getting products to consumers in order to circumvent supply chain shortages.
Despite a plethora of challenges ranging from supply chain issues to the Omicron variant, retail for the 2021 holiday season has done remarkably well.
New refrigerators, washers, and dryers come in a plethora of new colors, sizes, and configurations.
42 exhibitors have withdrawn in-person attendance from CES 2022. Despite these cancellations, the CTA does not have plans to cancel the in-person event.
Even Amazon's own retail operations were affected by the cloud storage service's latest outage.
While clothing and beauty are staples of the looping video plattform, tech products not so much. But the growing number of CE influencers may change that.
AI analyzes data to predict consumer buying behavior to help retailers improve customer personalized marketing, and improve pricing decisions.
This trend that sounds about right during a supply chain-related shortage of hard goods.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will look into the business models and practices of these latter-day installment plans to see how they contribute to consumer debt.
The move offers better supply chain access and new business opportunities to Almo customers and expands Exertis's North American footprint in CE and appliances.
The new prototype PC has easy to dissasemble parts and 10 times fewer screws to unscrew, along with water-soluble materials.
The proliferation of home 5G and fiber-optic infrastructure during the pandemic is increasingly making users mobile second rather than mobile first.
Six employees at an Amazon Fulfillment Center in Edwardsville, Illinois are among the casualties.
Sustainable manufacturing and buy-back programs aren’t enough, some DTC brands are making their commitment to sustainability obvious with green storefronts.
90 percent of consumers read at least one review before buying something (with 72 percent reading several reviews). Smart retailers make the most of this new metric.
Philadelphia is turning to tech to create a new delivery infrastructure that is safer and more efficient.
Before you or your customers take the plunge into the hot new high resolution, it’s best to understand what currently can and cannot do.
Despite the pandemic, U.S. sales revenue for general merchandise in 2021 has already reached 100% of peak sales in 2019 and 98% of peak sales in 2020.
Will the new mandate make shoppers feel safer? Plus, Walmart’s strategy to attract holiday shoppers, and why we are making the switch to rechargeable batteries.
LG is set to harness virtual and augmented reality at the highly anticipated CES 2022 event, which will feature the hottest tech from around the world.
Recapping last month's online conference, which was filled with panels on how women can use tech for their current or future careers.
Omicron variant has already been discovered in the U.S. What many are wondering now is how significantly this new strain of the virus will affect the economy.
The Omicron variant is causing consumers to worry about the future of the supply chain. What does that mean for retail?
Shipping companies UPS and FedEx are confident that they will be able to keep up with orders this holiday season thanks to early consumer shopping.
From unprecedented demand to the reopening of stores, there is plenty to feel good about this Thanksgiving.
Looking to get gifts without actually shopping? Some consumers are utilizing bot services that scour the internet to do holiday shopping for you.
The micro-blogging platform joins Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube in experimenting with shoppable live video.
Some blame today’s supply chain issues on chip and labor shortages; others on unprecedented demand. The truth is somewhere in the middle.
Millennials and other consumers tired of spending days in front of screens are turning to mail-order print catalogs for holiday shopping.
The closures will help parent company CVS Health transform its brick-and-mortar retail stores into not only pharmacies that sell everything, but also bonafide medical health facilities.
Big-box stores such as Walmart and Target are not only reporting rises in revenue and sales, but also plenty of inventory andstocked shelves—all this in the midst of a supply chain slowdown.
At 1.7 percent, according to the Labor Department, the rise was the highest since March. This of course is in tandem with the fastest rise in prices in 30 years, but it was still good news for most retail entities, including Walmart and Home Depot.
If you’re wondering which electronics and toys are going to sell most this holiday season – you know, in case you want to stock up -- look no further than the top creators and influencers on YouTube and TikTok, where a 2020 study found that children ages 4-15 spend an average of 85 and 45 minutes a day respectively.
The free event on Tuesday, November 16th will feature panels on AI, digital health, cybersecurity, and more.
In a ceremony held at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City last night, six honorees were inducted into CT Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021 last night. It was the first time that the annual ceremony and gala dinner was held since 2019, so the Class of 2020 was also officially honored at the event.
CES 2022 will be a hybrid show that's in-person in Las Vegas and online, with 1,600 exhibitors and a vaccine mandate per the CTA's CES Unveiled event last night.
What’s happening at CES 2022 in January? We spoke with Jean Foster, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications at the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), to find out.
LG has announced a three-year partnership with the NCAA, Turner Sports, and CBS Sports to bring exclusive NCAA sports content straight to LG customers
The rise in inflation is good news for dollar stores, which pre-pandemic experienced slowdowns, since current sticker shocks have redirected consumers their way.
We’ve decided to try something new with our newsletter. In 'The Daily Scope,' we'll be curating the day's most relevant news in the consumer electronics, appliances, and retail sectors.
Audio tech companies have made adjustments to their products for consumers who work remotely. The latest wave include new audio devices from Jabra, JLab, and Raycon.
Headphone maker Skullcandy Inc. recently unveiled a series of new green initiatives as part of a promise to help keep one million pounds of e-waste from ending up in landfills globally by 2025. Among its tactics to achieve this goal is a pledge to utilize only 100% recyclable packaging materials and FSC-certified paper products by the end of this year.
At the 2021 Vendor Conference, NATM President Scott Hymas focuses on "the best of times" and reminds retailers to be thankful for all that has gone right over the past 18 months.
Get to know KOA E.D.I. this Friday, October 1, as it celebrates the opening of its new San Diego location with an event for dealers and industry friends alike.
The continued pandemic is keeping people at home and creating more demand for TVs, and supply chain delays are making it hard to meet those demands. Is it any wonder prices are going up?
Ageism in the consumer technology industry is nothing new, but it’s still very real. But it's not just the 'over 40' who are affected; companies that don’t employ older workers are missing out, too.
CT Lab's Black Leaders in Consumer Tech Awards shines a special spotlight on nine African-American leaders in the CT space who are driving the industry forward.
Dealerscope's audience of over 45,000 industry experts span a variety of fields including retailers, manufacturers, buying groups, distributors, and more. Think you have what it takes to earn their vote? Submit your product now to be in the running.
We asked a few consumer electronics industry leaders to share their views on business today, priorities, and why Dealerscope is important to them.
Nominations for Dealerscope's annual 40 Under 40 awards program, which recognizes the young and up-and-coming talent in consumer electronics, close on May 28.
Corporate sustainability has come a long way in the past decade. Here is how it’s rolling out in the appliance, consumer electronics, and retail spaces.
Apple's Spring Loaded event wrapped up yesterday with a slew of new product announcements like colorful iMacs and iPhones, AirTags, Family Cards, Podcast Subscriptions and more.
Dealerscope's Powerful Women in Consumer Technology program recognizes women in the CT space who stand out for their achievements and exceptional leadership. Today is the last day for nominations to be received--just make sure to submit no later than August 24th at 11:59pm PST.
LG is shutting down its mobile phone business unit for good. After a unanimous vote, the board of directors approved the final decision today after several months of reviewing the direction of LG's smartphone business.
Ferran Reverter will not be renewing his contract as CEO of Media-Saturn in order to pursue a new career as CEO of FC Barcelona, what he calls a "once in a lifetime opportunity."
Best Buy announced that it has laid off 5,000 workers this month with plans to close more stores as the year progresses. CEO Corrie Barry said the cuts were due to "having too many full-time and not enough part-time employees."
The Dealerscope Audience Awards are looking to crown the most innovative products in consumer technology and we need your help.
On Tuesday, Jeff Bezos announced that he would be stepping down as CEO of Amazon in the third quarter of this year. The empty role will be filled by Andy Jassy, the current chief executive of Amazon Web Services as Bezos transitions to executive chair of the company.
Sony Electronics Inc. announced Neal Manowitz, Deputy President, Imaging Products and Solutions - Americas, will be promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer.
To say her first year as CEO was an eventful one would be the understatement of the century. Best Buy CEO, Corie Barry, describes how she navigated the sea of changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic while also instituting diversity and inclusion during a discussion with Alan Murray at CES 2021
As part of the all-virtual CES 2021, Intel will preview exciting new technology via two news conferences plus host an in-depth technology session from Mobileye.
Adding to its Wi-Fi 6 Certified lineup, Access Networks now offers the A550 and A650 access points, providing integrators and end-users with more options to suit a wide variety of home networking applications.
Three in four technology companies (75%) face difficulty finding candidates with the right skills and abilities today, according to the annual Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® Future of Work Study.
According to the latest Mobile Connectivity Report from NPD’s Connected Intelligence, 9 out of 10 consumers are aware of 5G networks, but only 18% of consumers report understanding of the different 5G network types currently available in the U.S.
Atlantic Technology is taking the next step in executing a corporate revitalization which has included the rollout of over 30 new products in 2020...
Azione Unlimited, The Smart Home Association, has announced that Bravas has joined the buying group organization. As a unified group of luxury technology integrators...
The Z-Wave Alliance, a standards organization dedicated to developing and advancing the popular Z-Wave® wireless smart home protocol, announces the new Z-Wave Long Range...
All of the IFA 2020 press conferences are talking up the company's abilities to cope with and move past COVID-19. Understandably. Qualcomm set a...
The Flying Magic Cleaner, drone-propelled, goes beyond what robotic-type floor vacuums, which can only capture large-size particles, do. The drone is able to capture...
Michael Cole, President and CEO of Hyundai Europe, has spent over 35 years in the mobility industry in practically all areas of the business...
Introduced at IFA 2020 Special Edition, the new AVM FRITZ!Box 6850 LTE is all about ensuring faster internet via mobile networks with data rates...
New Parks Associates smart home research finds providers and manufacturers are increasingly competing on price, innovation, and privacy protections. The firm's Smart Home Tracker...
The LG Electronics home appliance manufacturing plant in Clarksville, Tenn., has just produced its one-millionth washing machine – a key milestone for the plant’s...
Nikon Inc. has announced an expansion of the brand’s partnership with NYC Salt, an organization that creates opportunities in visual arts and pathways to...
The pandemic has reshaped how we live and work, and has dealt a heavy blow to the world economy. Fortunately, Information/Communications Technology (ICT) offers...
NAD Electronics has begun shipping the M33 ($4,999), a BluOS-enabled streaming DAC/amplifier that can serve as the heart of a reference whole-home system. The...
Integral Marketing, the rep fulfillment company serving dealers in the Southwest, announces the appointment of industry veteran John “Jody” de St. Germain as Business...
Executives from the custom installation channel have aligned to form the PureTech Alliance (www.puretech-alliance.com), a national sales and service organization with a mandate to...