New trends and developments continue to rock every sector of the corporate business world, but none so much as the high-tech and consumer electronics industry. As strategic innovation speakers and consultants, we had the chance to observe just how much, and how rapidly, the field was changing firsthand at CES 2013 – North America’s largest tradeshow devoted to hardware, software, apps and gadgets. Following, you’ll find a handy summary of our thoughts on some of the field’s most startling and unexpected developments via the world’s top media outlets.
Rolling Stone – Futurist on Technology and Innovation Trends 2013
Associated Press (video) – New Innovations for the Technology Industry
NPR – The Future of TV: Digital Content, Streaming Media and Cloud Computing
Huffington Post – Forget Passion: Here’s How to Succeed in 2013
CBC TV (video) – CES 2013 Show Dazzles with Innovation
TIME Magazine – Smart Gadgets Meet Dumb Approaches to Innovation
Los Angeles Times – Tomorrow’s Technology: Connected Devices for 2013
Rolling Stone – Best Tech Products and Innovations in 2013
Headline News – 2013 Tech Resolutions: Learn to Love Cloud Computing
NSU Keynote (video) – The Future of Finance and Online Banking Innovation Part 1 / Part 2
Newswatch TV (video) – Technology Innovations at CES 2013
Newswatch TV (video) – How to Save Money on Technology and Gadgets
Woman’s Day – Cheaper in 2013: Business and Consumer Products
Billboard (video) – Innovation Trends: What’s Hot, What’s Not for 2013
Billboard (video and text) – 2013 Trends: Advertising, Technology and Entertainment
The Hollywood Reporter – Entertainment Trends 2013: Film, Media, Second Screen
Australian Broadcasting Corp. – Crowd Funding and Crowdsourced Finance
USA Today – Smartphone and Tablet Gaming: Social Games’ Future
Variety – Will Ultraviolent Revolutionize Digital Entertainment?
Huffington Post – Strategic Innovation in Business: Driving Positive Change
Huffington Post – Business Lessons: 5 Mistakes to Avoid in 2013
Variety – Google in 2013: What’s Next in Innovation?
Starpulse – What to Watch for in Technology and Entertainment
Daily Telegraph – Executive Training: Why Gamification is The Future
Variety – Costly TVs pave the way for innovations
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