"CEA" articles

CONNECTIONS Summit at CES , hosted by international research firm Parks Associates, focuses on emerging areas critical to the growth of the connected home, including 4K, Internet of Things (IoT), tech support, and more. The interactive panel discussions, featuring consumer research and analysis, provide insights from key industry players on innovative business models, unique monetization strategies, and technology adoption rates and consumer trends for digital home solutions....
 
by Parks Associates | Oct. 27, 2014
Tags: CEA, CONNECTIONS
By Kurt Scherf, Contributor Although there was much derisive press focused on the “smart fork” (the HAPIfork that can tell you if you’re eating too fast), there were many health and fitness applications that received very popular attention at the show. Companies such as AliveCor , FitBit , and iHealth continued the theme of how smartphones are impacting all facets of the digital lifestyle, as they showcased monitoring and tracking solutions for heart health,...
 
by Parks Associates | Feb. 11, 2013
Tags: CEA, smartphones, wearable
I know that UWB got the write-off after Intel quietly ended R&D efforts in November and WiQuest closed its doors. Maybe the technology will never get the momentum long predicted, but it was interesting to see some products at CES using it. My brother had actually e-mailed me right before the show, asking if I knew of any wireless VGA products that he could use to move his desktop monitor to an uncluttered desk in his home office. I honestly had not heard of any announced products...
 
by | Jan. 12, 2009
Tags: CEA
Here's a follow-up to last week's blog regarding CEA's take on Black Friday and the fourth quarter outlook for consumer electronics sales. Given the "seismic" changes to consumer buying habits in late Q3 and early Q4, it's no surprise that CEA has now revised its wholesale shipment revenues for Q4 from 3.5% to 0.1% growth. New data, CEA notes, "shows the economy and consumer sentiment remain muted and CEA surveys show overall spending is down this holiday season."...
 
by | Dec. 9, 2008
Tags: CEA, connected CE
I had the chance to attend CEA's Webcast this afternoon Holiday Update and Post Black Friday Analysis . They indicated that 54% of Black Friday buyers purchased consumer electronics products. CEA says that 2.2 million Blu-ray players have been shipped (purchased) so far this year, and that we're on track to hit 2.75 million units before year-end. I've been more conservative on Blu-ray players, forecasting 2.35 million sales for all of North America for 2008, but it would be nice to...
 
by | Dec. 4, 2008
Tags: Blu-ray, CEA, retail, Webcast
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) says that consumer spending for electronics goods will be half of what it was last year, according to a New York Times article . The organization says it found a drop in the percentage of consumers expressing an intention to buy video games, cameras, music players and laptops. The association said it found that consumers expected to spend an average of $1,437 during the holidays on items including gifts, food and home purchases. That...
 
by | Oct. 20, 2008
Tags: CEA, connected CE, digital content, digital media, gaming
Parks Associates and CEA® announced they will again host CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES, January 8-9, 2009, in Las Vegas, and are currently accepting speaker submissions for the event. CONNECTIONS™ Summit features nine sessions on key digital-living topics during the first two days of 2009 International CES.CONNECTIONS™ Summit Sessions at CES feature nine sessions held the first two days at CES. Moderated by Parks Associates analysts, these sessions provide an interactive...

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