CES has become the place for companies to showcase new, innovative and promising technology.
As we saw last week during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas--and will this week at the Detroit Auto Show--the future of the automobile industry will be driven by the technology.
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week attracted a diverse crowd, from suited CMOs to A-list celebs. Here's a look at some of the hottest events.
To give brands, consumers and publishers more insight into which video games are being geeked out over, top gaming information site GameSpot will rank interest in upcoming games in real time on a new list called the GameSpot 50.
LinkedIn is opening its ad business with two new offerings. One plugs advertising partners directly into the platform so they can sell ads in users' feeds, and the other helps marketers sponsor high-quality content. LinkedIn unveiled the new programs today, launching a Sponsored Updates API and a program called Content Partners.
Ross Levinsohn, CEO of Guggenheim Digital Media, publisher of Adweek, The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, is on the growing list of industry executives set to speak at the inaugural 2014 Digital Entertainment World conference in Los Angeles.
On Sept. 19, CBS Interactive’s CNET will introduce CNET en Español, a Spanish-language edition of the tech news site that will be produced by a team of a dozen journalists.
CBS this week implemented a handful of new interactive features to its Live on Letterman online concert program in an effort to boost live viewership. Viewers watching the concerts live can now switch between two camera angles, share select screenshots of the show via social media and even vote to choose the artist's closing song. The new features were made available for the first time during two Live on Letterman concerts this week, one by John Mayer and another by John Legend. CBS announced the features on Aug. 8.
Now you can easily share clips of yourself playing video games with all of your PlayStation friends.