Mohan Sawhney, professor of technology, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, says when we talk about digital disruption, we get carried away with the technology.
Terence Mauri, author, The Leader’s Mindset: How to Win in the Age of Disruption, says it has never been easier to waste time on the wrong relationships and social media.
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Peggy says Uber is in the middle of setting itself up for something big in both the enterprise and consumer space, and explains Uber has become more of a technology company with one move.
Scott Meyer, CEO, Ghostery, explains privacy is by design and is really dependent on how a product is built.
Martin Cotter, vice president, IoT, Healthcare and Consumer Business Units, Analog Devices, says in the IoT world we are able to capture and measure data like never before and form outcomes that weren’t possible.
Stuart Higgins, research associate in optoelectronics, University of Cambridge, says plastic electronics behave like conductors and are flexible, which opens up this interesting area that can be processed in different ways.
Peggy says aftermarket safety solutions are acting as an extra set of eyes while on the road, pointing to new solutions on the market.
Philipp Kirchhoff, head of smart home, Variowell, says it can help you have a better night sleep.
Ryan Kloss, training manager, Casio, says the company has unveiled a new product that is a true outdoor smartwatch.
Frankie Smith, director of consumer sales, SureCall, says the company is a manufacturer of cellphone signal boosters and it started in the commercial space, and recently moved more toward the consumer model only to make it move to be leader across all segments
Dr. Curtis White, WHOOSH!, talks about the product, saying it is a kit that takes into consideration the cleaning and the removing of germs.
Paul Meyhoefer, vice president of marketing, JK Imaging, Ltd., says the company works with Kodak and has released a new action cam.
Sebastien Roux, cofounder, Gemecod, talks about the highly secure connected lock.
Rex Chen, founder, TikTeck, says products launched at CES include smart light bulb, with colors controlled by mobile phones and tablets. He explains it fits all the standard fixtures in everybody’s house.
Martin Vesper, CEO, digitalSTROM, says in the past year a lot of things have happened, such as visual recognition has become part of everyday life.
Eric Chu, team leader of Aurai, program management and engineering, Aurai, says the product was developed because his partner experienced fatigue, and the team wanted to develop a solution for him.
Jason Greenspan, CEO, WHOOSH!, says the product is the next-generation of clean.
Peggy says have we given much thought to these products and how secure they are? All of these products are going to be connected to our home, and just how safe are these products, she asks listeners.
Guillaume Rolland, CEO, SensorWake, says the alarm clock has special scents to wake you up, followed by a sound.
Thibaut Jarrousse, CEO and cofounder, D-Vine, says it came up with the idea because it is very complicated to sell wine and it wanted to have the first electronic product like Nespresso for the wine industry.
Laura Hubbard, spokesperson, Consumer Technology Assn., tells Peggy what she is most excited about for this year’s CES. S
Jason Greenspan, CEO, WHOOSH!, says devices get dirty, and the company wants to clean it all. He explains the company is staying focused on its mission, with superior and safer products, to keep the digital world clean, polished, and protected.
Jason Greenspan, CEO, WHOOSH!, says it is all about keeping devices clean and protected.
Peggy addresses two seemingly conflicting reports on mobile and online shopping trends from Cyber Monday 2015. S
Peggy talks about the best tech gifts for 2015 and the gadgets to take care of the tech-savvy people on your holiday list this year.
Peggy says what is clear about the Wearables for Good competition is it’s helping ignite people’s passion for helping the technology community.
Don Davis, editor, Internet Retailer magazine, says consumers were researching online before last Thanksgiving, and spent more in each store, but didn’t go into as many traditional stores—and all signs indicate this will be the case again this year.
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Peggy explains how the FAA has created regulations for drones, saying she leans toward education and outreach instead of legislation, but she also loves and thinks drones are amazing and they can be used in a lot of industries.
Peggy gives her thoughts on how crowdfunding plays a role in innovation and has become a proving ground for IoT.
Peggy Smedley says the Consumer Electronic Show is a playground for those looking for the next big thing while being truly an innovators dream come to life.
John Carpenter, reporter, Chicago Tribune’s Blue Sky Innovation say Chicago’s start-ups ability to tap into technology innovation is music to consumer’s ears.
Peggy Smedley talks about finding the right wearable for your needs and the benefit of health trackers.
Heather Caldwell, marketing and communications director, Kidde Fire Systems, talks about the release of RemoteLync, a smoke alarm that notifies you of fire via your smartphone or tablet.
Vishnu Singh, head of ConsumerLab, Ericsson, discusses smartphones, apps, and what trends we can expect in 2015.
Karin Edgett, CEO, SunFriend Corp., explains the sun monitor, which measures how much UV light is reaching your skin at any given time, making sure you safe when tanning.
Rob Wolff, inventory demand planner, Binatone Global, discusses the scout 5000, which has a GPS tracker and live streams video of what your dog is seeing.
Peggy Smedley talks about unmanned aerial vehicles, its commercial potential, and the restrictions that need to placed on its use.
Peggy Smedley discusses the growth of the smartphone industry and how it may face a falloff in the coming years.
Robin Raskin, founder, Living in Digital Times, talks about what it means to be living digitally whether you are young or old and whether you care about health, fitness, or even sports.
Joseph Billings, president, GoldKey Corp., explains how the Secure Communicator is a fully functioning, fast, and reliable Android device, capable of downloading apps into a watch.
Jason Greenspan, cofounder, Whoosh!, explains how his company created an all-natural cleaning solution to keep your connected screens looking clean and new.