Several personal electronics brands tied to the Commerce Township medical device company Homedix are rolling out new products at the 2013 International CES this week in Las Vegas.
For starters, thanks to everyone who commented on the redesign. The comments were overwhelmingly positive, which I appreciate.
Okay, it’s been a full week now since I got back from the International Consumer Electronics Show, and I feel like I finally have the perspective to write about this mammoth happening.
The topic is innovation. Ford CEO Alan Mulally opened a keynote panel by giving his views on it, and then a whole bunch of Michigan technology companies presented their versions of it, at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Wednesday.
How could I possibly top three straight 18-hour days prowling the International Consumer Electronics Show? Easy, With a fourth 18-hour day that as usual held so much fascinating stuff that you don’t realize you’re tired until it’s over.
WWJ’s third day at the International Consumer Electronics Show was the first official day of the world’s largest tech trade show. The tech on display included familiar auto names — and upstarts building the no. 1 selling computer for Walmart.com.
Bob Marley sang, “make way for that positive day.” As 2012 gets underway, The House of Marley, a collection of premium quality, earth-friendly personal audio products, is making way for new designs and products to enjoy the music that moves you.
Commerce Township-based HMDX Audio will showcase its new collection this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show.
The global automotive supplier Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC) Tuesday unveiled the latest additions to its suite of driver information products.
Steve Ballmer, Ryan Secrest, a gospel choir and a sweet little girl show off the tech giant’s creations at its last — for now — CES keynote