2016 International CES
Thursday, January 7
Augmented Reality, Connected Devices, Social Networks, New Channels, Robotics and Coding. We look at the best of 2015 and look ahead to the new year.
Be the first to see the newest and brightest idea on the planet. Find out how KidZania is creating new indoor theme park destinations for global digital kids.
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For 13 years David was the tech columnist for the New York Times. He’s now a monthly columnist for Scientific American, creator of the Missing Manual books, and the host of science shows on PBS’s Nova. He’s been a correspondent for CBS This Morning, he won two Emmys and two Webbys, a Loeb award for Journalism, and an honorary doctorate in music. Get his take on all things family tech.
Mary Lou Jepson was the head of Google X’s display division. She left to head up the Oculus VR effort (now part of Facebook). Inspiring and fascinating, Jepson walks us through her vision for family screen time.
We take a wild ride through the next gen of wow products.
Virtual reality news programs, entertainment appisodes. We get a sneak peek at some of the industry’s new ways to experience media. Advice on how to get involved included.
You can track your kids, your dog, or your luggage; how does that change your parenting style?
From tot to teen, parents have changed their styles because of technology.
Can you home run itself? The lastest smart devices take care of themselves and you.
Maria Bailey, author of Millennial Moms: 202 Facts Marketers Need To Know To Build Brands and Drive Sales provides insights into this powerful market. Then see how HP put her advice to product.
Get your bling on and join Living in Digital Times, Digital Kids Summit and Children’s Technology Review as we present awards for the best of kids’ tech and media.