The Consumer Electronics Show is as much a place to drum up hype for new gadgets as it is an annual celebration of all things tech. But the trade group that puts on the oversized convention in Las Vegas kind of killed the mood at one of its opening ceremonies.
As Sony Corp.’s Kazuo Hirai delivers his first keynote address at the International Consumer Electronics Show today, he’ll push a message he’s delivered before: a breakup of the consumer electronics giant isn’t in the cards.
AT&T Inc., looking to fuel growth by expanding into the auto industry, is introducing a package of services and products that will let carmakers run diagnostics, sell applications and bill consumers wirelessly.
Diana Dawson has over the years bought her twin children digital cameras, e-book readers and media players as Christmas presents. This holiday season, she’s covering those bases with one device: a tablet computer.