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•••• Las Vegas, NV -- The 2013 tradeshow attracted a record 3,250 exhibitors and was in line to match last year's attendance of 156,000. However, in absence (official non-participation) of major influential US tech companies (Apple Inc., Microsofte Corp.; Facebook Inc., Amazon and Google Inc.,) Samsung became the star of the show. Wireless Technology Took Center Stage at 2013 CES
•••• The 2013 International CES® unveiled the latest wireless technologies and trends across the mobile connected universe, including advancements in accessories, the cloud, e-books, embedded technology, smartphones and tablets, through a series of keynote addresses, supersessions, conference tracks and TechZones dedicated to future trends in wireless technology.
•••• With more than 1,200 exhibitors showcasing wireless technologies at the 2013 CES, mobile connected devices are driving the industry as consumers seek to stay connected anywhere, anytime. CEA research shows that smartphone sales will see continued growth in 2013 and will remain the primary revenue driver for the industry. Shipment revenues for smartphones are expected to reach $37 billion in 2013, with more than 125.8 million units shipping to dealers, up 16 percent from 2012. Tablet computers also are expected to see phenomenal growth. In 2013, unit sales of tablets are projected to surpass 105 million (up 54 percent), resulting in $35.6 billion in shipment revenue, up 22 percent year-over-year.
•••• "Wireless convergence is set to unleash a plethora of real world, next-gen wireless technologies," said Karen Chupka, senior vice president of International CES and corporate business strategy. "Half of the fun of the 2013 CES was, experiencing the latest wireless technologies firsthand and learning more about what's to come in our keynotes, sessions and TechZones."
•••• Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm Inc. delivered a wireless-focused preshow keynote address that highlighted Qualcomm's "Born Mobile" theme and addressed mobile technology's role in the world.
•••• Verizon's Lowell McAdam keynote emphasized it's role as a world leader in providing innovation in communications, mobility and entertainment.
•••• The conference program at International CES offered a number of SuperSessions that dealt with wireless technology and the most important trends in consumer Internet and a mobile-first world. Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg, Rodney Brooks of Rethink Robotics, and Ford Motor Co. Chief Technical Officer Paul Mascarenas joined Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick for a discussion of how their disparate worlds are converging, and what it means for the future.
•••• The 2013 International CES explored every segment of the wireless market through CES conference tracks dedicated to wireless technology. The Smartphones and Tablets conference track offered nine sessions addressing the newest technologies and explore how smartphones and tablets are revolutionizing the consumption and monetization of content. In addition, the Wireless Communications conference track offered five sessions that focued on the ever-expanding wireless world. Content in the Cloud also offered six insightful keynotes and four lively panel discussions highlighting the latest advancements in cloud-based solutions in different electronic products. These sessions addressed the future of wireless technologies and provided information on what is needed to lead and keep up with the speed of innovation.
Samsung, Brand Matters Keynotes and a Visit from President Clinton
•••• News broke fast and furiously during the 2013 International CES with keynotes from Samsung, which featured a special appearance from President Clinton, as well as the Brand Matters keynote and a host of other sessions and discussions. Dr. Stephen Woo, president, device solutions business, Samsung Electronics, focused his Wednesday morning keynote address on the components that make mobile computing possible and unveiled Samsung's eight-core Exynos 5 Octa mobile processor. Woo brought on stage with him leaders from several partner companies and organizations, including President Bill Clinton, who discussed the importance of mobile technology to help people around the world. • CLICK FOR MORE CES More tviNewsStory 115- CES
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••• Expecting that "big surprise" and new must-have devices.
Close to 150,000 attendees filled Las Vegas hotel rooms, coming to check out exhibits from a record 3,100 companies. CES Press Day, featuring 25 exhibitor press conferences, was the largest number of Press Day events in CES history.
••• Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA stated,"The pre-show media events, drew record numbers, created tremendous buzz as the world awaited the next generation of technology. From ultrabooks to digital health products to connected TVs, the innovation at the 2012 International CES will be nothing short of amazing, as attendees witness ground-breaking products spanning one of the largest show floors in CES history. "
••• With all the buzz however, there have been no big surprises at his year's CES unveiling of consumer technologies, no new must-have devices, like in years past.
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01. The Featured Events - The Keynote Stage Lights Up at the 2010 International CES.
••• You can you find moguls of television and cinema, professional athletes, rock stars and consumer technology's heavy hitters all on one stage at any of the International CES keynote addresses. The only thing bigger than the names is the technology they're there to unveil.

Smartphones, Netbooks Poised for Strong Growth

Las Vegas, NV, January 7, 2010 &endash; The consumer electronics (CE) industry will generate more than $165 billion in U.S. shipment revenues this year, a slight increase from 2009, according to the semi-annual industry forecast released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. CEA President and CEO Gary Shapiro announced the forecast in his opening remarks at the 2010 International CES®, the world's largest consumer technology trade show.
About CEA:
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the $165 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry. More than 2,000 companies enjoy the benefits of CEA membership, including legislative advocacy, market research, technical training and education, industry promotion, standards development and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA also sponsors and manages the International CES &endash; Where Entertainment, Technology and Business Converge. All profits from CES are reinvested into CEA's industry services.  Find CEA online at www.CE.org.

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• 2010 International CES / January 7-10, 2010,  Las Vegas, NV
• Greener Gadgets / February 25, 2010,  New York, NY
• EHX Spring 2010 / March 24-27, 2010,  Orlando, FL
• CES on the Hill / April 20-21, 2010,  Washington, DC
• Digital Patriots Dinner / April 21, 2010,  Washington, DC
• LA Games Conference / April 29, 2010,  Los Angeles, CA
• CEO Summit and Board Retreat / June 16-19, 2010,  Ojai, CA
• CEA Line Shows / June 22-23, 2010,  New York, NY
• 2010 SINOCES / July 8-11, 2010,  Qingdao, China

• 2010 CEA Industry Forum / October 17-20, 2010,  San Francisco, CA
/ CES will host the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards for the forth year in a row! The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) has presented the Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering /Technical Development since 1948. These awards honor achievements in two areas: Science & Technology for Television - broadcast, cable and satellite distribution and Advanced Media Technology.
••• The Awards are presented to an individual, company, or to a scientific or technical organization for developments and/or standardization involved in engineering technologies which either represent an extensive improvement on existing methods and its RF effects, if any, so innovative in nature that they materially have affected the transmission, recording, or reception of television.

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"2009 is a year none of us wish to repeat and now we look forward to 2010. There is light at the end of the tunnel and it is the bright light of innovation," said Shapiro. "We are seeing more innovation at this show than at any show in our history. There are a record number of new exhibitors, more than 330, among the 2,500 companies showcasing the next generation of technology."

The CE industry will see positive revenue growth in 2010 after a revenue decline in 2009. Total industry shipment revenues fell an estimated 7.8 percent in 2009 although unit volume increased nearly ten percent for the year as consumers bought electronics at a value, limiting industry revenues. As the economy begins its slow recovery from the recession, the CE industry will lead the way as popular product categories are poised for growth in 2010.

The wireless handset category is expected to have a strong 2010, becoming the primary revenue driver for the industry. Smartphones continue to lead the way, generating nearly $17 billion in shipment revenue and more than 52 million unit sales in 2010. Smartphones comprise more than 30 percent of total wireless phone shipments, with that number increasing in the years ahead.

Sales of computers are also expected to be a bright spot in 2010 as the category continues to be driven by the popularity of netbooks. Netbook sales more than doubled in 2009 as the computer category showed stronger sales than previous forecasts predicted. In 2010, more than 30 million notebooks will be sold, generating more than $14 billion in revenue.

"Smartphones and netbooks are primed for strong growth as consumers continue to seek efficient, portable devices," said Steve Koenig, CEA's director of industry analysis. "With more consumers seeking content anywhere, anytime, the demand for products facilitating these experiences will drive purchases going forward."

Blu-ray players will continue to grow after a strong 2009. Blu-ray unit sales rose 155 percent in 2009 with more than seven million units being sold, generating more than $1 billion in revenue. The trend will continue in 2010, with unit sales projected to top 11.5 million and revenues to increase to $1.4 billion.

The television market has been one of the primary revenue drivers the past several years as consumers made the transition to high-definition, flat-panel sets. Unit sales will climb to more than 37 million in 2010 but price drops will cause display revenue to decline slightly to $22 billion. Innovation in TV displays, such as 3D, Internet connectivity and OLED technology, will continue to grow and help maintain revenue in the display category. CEA projects sales of more than 4 million 3D television sets in 2010.

The U.S. Consumer Electronics Sales and Forecast 2005-2010 (January 2010) is published twice a year, in January and July. It was designed and formulated by CEA, the most comprehensive source of sales data, forecasts, consumer research and historical trends for the consumer electronics industry. Please cite any information to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. The complete report is available free to CEA member companies. Non-members may purchase the study for $2,000 at mycea.CE.org.

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••• "PUTTING A BOOTH TOGETHER to be part of the Las Vegas Convention Center, isn't simple, especially if your company sells hand-held translators and MPG3 players," says Erin Salvatore of Franklin. The International Consumer Electronics Show, a trade extravaganza highlighting the newest gadgets, runs Monday through Thursday.
••• Put the power of language in the palm of your hand! - Erin says that "almost as essential as your passport when traveling, in Las Vegas, it's having your Handi around.
••• The Speaking Global Translator contains over 450,000 words and 12,000 phrases, and speaks 115,000 words in recorded human voice. Ideal for communicating on almost any continent with 12 languages and translations to and from Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Enter a word in your native language and this indispensable travel tool will speak and show the translation in your language and the language you seek.
••• A voice recording feature allows you to record custom words and phrases appropriate to travel or business needs. The predictive spelling feature can help you with misspelled words. 7-line screen aids visibility in this lightweight unit.
••• • Includes an MP3 Player to download and play MP3 files; enjoy music and more while looking up words and phrases.
••• • Includes Audio Player, Earbuds and AC adaptor
••• • Five games
••• • Chinese, Japanese & Korean are displayed phonetically using the Roman alphabet, and in Asian characters
••• • Organizer, local/world clock, calculator, currency and metric converter
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With the economy collapsing, the ranks of the unemployed growing, and bailout petitions underway, the last thing we seem to need in America is a show displaying the newest electronic contraptions. "Wrong," says Gary Sunkin of TVI Magazine. "As consumers spend more time at home, they increasingly consider CE products as necessities, not luxuries, even given the tough economic times, when all global industries are susceptible to consumer unease about their own personal finances. But the questions remains, "in the midst of the sharpest recession in memory, will anyone truly care about the latest gadgets and gizmos? "
••• That depressing question will be hanging over the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this January, as buyers, retailers, enthusiasts, and reporters will gather in Las Vegas to either herald the economy's resurgence, or damn the show as just another Comdex or Macworld.
••• Naysayers say that attendance will be down, and that consumer electronics companies will scale back to the tried, true, and profitable.
••• In a bid to steal some thunder, companies exhibiting at CES are already emailing and publicizing the announcements they'll make at the show.
••• Will CES be as big as the 2008 show in January 2008? The short answer: No. The show's attendance continues to decline. In June, the Consumer Electronics Association's final tally said that CES 2008 drew 141,150 attendees. That, in turn, was down from 143,695 in 2007.
••• "However, the 2009 International CES features with 2,700 exhibitors across 1.7 million net square feet of exhibit space, which is a strong indication of the resiliency of our industry," the CEA added. "Most importantly, our research shows that the average CES attendee conducts 12 meetings at the show, making CES attendance a most economical way to do business and generate new leads in the consumer electronics industry." CLICK FOR MORE CES •••

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