CES has become the place for companies to showcase new, innovative and promising technology.
A weekend getaway at a luxury hotel on the Las Vegas strip should be something everyone can enjoy, says a new campaign from The Venetian Las Vegas.
Sometimes when a business helps someone out of a tough spot, the good deed can be its own reward. But sometimes, it can also be a spectacular marketing move. That's what happened last week in the U.K. with travel megabrand Virgin.
Las Vegas wants to be known for more than just its glitzy casinos. It also has a burgeoning electronic dance music, or EDM, scene and DJs that bring in crowds to the city's hotels and nightclubs.
While the Consumer Electronics Show is all about the latest in tech innovation, even geeks are on the lookout for love connections. Especially geeks, perhaps.
The best toys at the Consumer Electronics Show are the ones that make you want to grab them, never put them down and never look away. Our devices have become […]
When the tech world comes to Las Vegas this week to show off its hardware, a shadow convention will thrive behind the scenes. It's the one for the advertising industry that goes anywhere shiny new screens take it.
While there will be plenty to see on the floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week, much of the value from attending the Consumer Electronics Show can be found in the event's less-crowded corners. These are the hotels, parties, dinners, panels and spaces, away from the row upon row of cheaply made phone accessories, where the shadow CES takes shape.
You've heard plenty about the burgeoning tech scene developing in Tinseltown, but what about Sin City? Take a road trip a few hours east of Los Angeles and you'll find a plucky Las Vegas startup community brimming with digital companies.
Adweek sits down with RuPaul, star of the Logo channel's drag competition show RuPaul's Drag Race and cable's queen of product placement, to get the skinny on which brands are doing it right, his all-time favorite TV commercial, an