“The future of television is a hard nut to crack,” a wise man once said. While this line is taken from our own blog, I can safely describe it as wise as I’m actually quoting my predecessor who last year took a look at ‘the evolution of TV
The future of television is a hard nut to crack. While the expectations of what a smartphone or a car should deliver have evolved (and continue to change) at a lightning pace in the last decade, the TV is still seen by many as the default black box
The IEEE Santa Clara Valley Consumer Electronics Society is an exciting forum for San Francisco Bay Area industry experts, engineers, press and analysts interested in all aspects of consumer electronics. It was a pleasure to recently be in a room buzzing with enthusiasm about my presentation discussing carrier
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