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Boston TechJam 2014

Take your finger off the pulse of the world of technology for one minute, and you quickly fall behind, left in the dark about the latest cloud services, gadgets and trends. I discovered this the hard way at Boston TechJam 2014. Updates, advancements, and new trends were all around me as I joined co-workers at the event on Thursday, June 12, 2014. Every company with a new technology, a leading cloud service, ...

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“Sensored” CES

Originally posted on the Publicis Groupe Bright Lights Big Ideas Blog Prior to CES we wrote about the Internet of Things transforming from simply connecting things to an “Age of Sensors.” At the Publicis Groupe “Bright Lights, Big Ideas” CES 2014 kick-off, CNET’s Brian Cooley (@briancooley) echoed these thoughts, telling the group: “Most of the products at CES are sensor-oriented and do not require intentio ...

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The Internet of Things and the Age of Sensors

Originally posted on the Publicis Groupe Bright Lights Big Ideas Blog For years at CES we’ve seen the “Internet of Things” unfolding as more and more electronic devices–ranging from cameras and cars to refrigerators and thermostats–connect to the Internet. But expect 2014 to showcase a whole new level of opportunity in a data-driven economy fueled by an Internet of Things. Enter the age of sensors. Accordin ...

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CES 2013 No Longer a “Drive By” for Car Manufacturers

If you’ve had your fill of jaw-dropping televisions (cool) and a ridiculous number of smart phone case vendors (really?) at CES, the car manufacturer booths are the place to be. Car tech is finally getting really good and integrated with your existing apps. It’s looking like within a few years your smartphone screen will be the center stack LCD screen on cars.Traditionally, car manufacturers bui ...

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CES 2013 and the Millisecond Moment

One of the most interesting (and off the show floor) sessions of CES came from our Publicis family friends at Razorfish and Adobe’s John Mellor for a terrific breakfast presentation on “Bridging the Data/Experience Gap.” In his talk, Mellor pointed to what he called the “Millisecond Moment” of the user experience. It’s the 200-300 milliseconds where technology users make ...

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CES & Ten Things Not to Buy in 2010

Next week the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place in Las Vegas, the venue which vendors debut the latest in the technology gadgets of the future. With so many new products entering the market, inevitably products that utilize older technology slowly reach end-of-life status. Along those lines Smartmoney.com has issued a list of "10 Things Not to Buy" with their predictions for the p ...

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