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Key Question from CES 2015: How Many Wearable Devices Would a Person Wear?

Each year, the CES in Las Vegas jump-starts the technology market. It did so this year as well, but what was really different was the lack of real news makers in 2015. In past years, devices, mainly TVs, have occupied headlines, but this year, they lacked any real novelty. Continue Reading

Wearable Technology: Head or Heart?

Wearable technology really broke out at CES this year, with a vast flowering of new products and ideas. The reasons are not hard to find: the smartphone market is changing gear to growth driven by volume not value. Recent disappointment in the results from companies like ARM and Apple reflects the shift. Continue Reading

LGE Discounting OLED TV Before Rolling Out New Products?

At CES last week, LGE took a leadership position in rolling out OLED TV. The company announced five 2014 OLED TV models, expanding into new sizes and variants. Its rival Samsung barely mentioned OLED TV, instead focusing on curved and 4K LCD TVs. In Las Vegas, and indeed in the global TV market, LGE has the OLED TV field largely to itself. Continue Reading