By Robert Archer · March 25, 2015 • HP is dropping Beats audio for its tablets and PCs, following Beats' acquisition by Apple. HP will instead use Bang & Olufsen audio technologies.
By Robert Archer · March 25, 2015 • The electronics industry is doing its part to push next-generation technologies, but its efforts may not be enough if the broadcast market can’t design an end-to-end solution to support these advances.
By Robert Archer · February 18, 2015 • The pro audio industry is helping the consumer audio market to learn as much as possible about the evolution of audio. During the 2015 CES show in Las Vegas, the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing took part in a couple of CEA high-resolution audio educational sessions to help the public learn about high-resolution audio.
By CE Pro Editors · January 8, 2015 • CE Pro rounds up the best of the 2015 International CES show announcements
By Jason Knott · December 9, 2014 • How does the benefits package your company provides compare to the one offered by the Consumer Electronics Association? Probably not very well. Employees get reimbursed for broadband, flexible work hours, on-site personal trainers, matching donations for charities and more.
By Robert Archer · October 8, 2014 • The 137th Audio Engineering Society (AES) convention will emphasize high-resolution audio on Friday Oct. 10 through a collaboration with the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG).
By Julie Jacobson · October 7, 2014 • Be the snowboarder on the half pipe: Big data, digital health, robotics, immersive entertainment and content, and business models in the innovation economy top CEA's 5 Trends to Watch for 2015.
By Robert Archer · July 9, 2014 • Designed to add individual personality to headphones, Velodyne's latest skins inject color into the world of personal audio.
By Jason Knott · May 21, 2014 • A new standard from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA-2047) will enable consumer electronics devices to communicate power usage to homeowners' computers and mobile devices.
By Avi Rosenthal · May 1, 2014 • Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) forms Health and Fitness Technology Division to exploit 142% increase in related products over next 5 years. Big names from Google, Sony, LG, Qualcomm, Verizon populate the board.
By Robert Archer · April 15, 2014 • A decline in digital music sales may push Apple to offer high-resolution audio (HRA) through iTunes.
By Jason Knott · March 27, 2014 • Nealry two-thirds of Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) buying group members reported revenue growth in 2013. Meanwhile, the group is being encouraged to look at more commercial A/V and IT market potential.
By Julie Jacobson · October 23, 2013 • Apple iBeacon knows where you are in a baseball stadium; VinTank knows your wine habits; Oakley Airwave goggles can recommend ski school ... and other cool contextual technologies revealed by Scoble at CEA Industry Forum.
By CE Pro Editors · October 22, 2013 • The Mark of Excellence Awards, presented by the CEA's TechHome Division, is now seeking entries. The awards recognize the best in custom home electronics products, services and installed technology.
By Julie Jacobson · October 21, 2013 • Hollywood and CE companies should “start early in the innovation cycle” to make servers for physical and cloud-based 4K Ultra HD content, says Fox Home Entertainment president Mike Dunn