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HOT TECH @CES: Personal devices, wearable technology, sensors - and the networks connecting them

SAN FRANCISCO — This year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will look different from previous events as companies shift their focus and storylines, an industry analyst group says. Accenture, a management and consulting firm, says the Las Vegas tradeshow will feature more personalized devices while moving away from larger, more traditional CES staples such as televisions and PCs. David Sovie, managing director of Accenture’s Communications, Media, and Technology group, says the transition will call for new and innovative ways to connect digitally. “The industry is moving to a much more personalized, much more digital, much more connected word. It is less about computers and more about personal devices, wearable technology, and sensors enabling the Internet of Things,” Sovie said in an interview with EE Times. “We will see things that are the harbingers of the ...

Full article: http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1320539

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