Consumer Electronics Show 2014:
Love it or hate it, you can’t ignore CES
Join Current Analysis for a complimentary podcast to examine the impact of CES 2014
Sterling, VA, USA – January, 15 2014 – Current Analysis, a leading provider of timely, practical market intelligence and advice for the information technology, software and telecommunications industry, announced today a complimentary CurrentCast detailing the trends, themes and competitive impacts from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Current Analysis analysts, Peter Jarich (Vice President, Consumer and Infrastructure), Avi Greengart (Research Director, Consumer Platforms and Devices), and Wes Henderek (Principal Analyst, Consumer Services U.S.) will discuss the important announcements from this year’s show and – more importantly – what they mean to everyone in the ecosystem. The first major trade show of the year, CES gives us a view for what we can expect around consumer devices, consumer services, mobile devices, tablets, and a variety of other things. Its rambling breadth can be frustrating; it doesn’t focus on mobility, video, telecom, or any one area. At the same time, as things like wearables, the connected car, and mobile healthcare get closer to becoming real, there’s one thing that’s certain – you can’t ignore CES.
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