PCs to vibrators, CES did not disappoint

2020-02-18T06:24:43-07:00January 14th, 2020|

The official new year begins at the stroke of midnight New Year’s Day, of course. But for the tech industry, the year invariably kicks off a few days later, with the start of CES in Las Vegas.

It was a busy event for FeibusTech, starting with my USA Today column, which called attention to the new generation of ultra-responsive laptops inspired by Intel’s Project Athena.

At the show, I moderated two panels. During the first, at the Digital Health Summit, I discussed the digital front door with Nancy Agee, President and CEO of the Carilion Clinic, and Anjali Kataria, CEO and Co-founder of Mytonomy. 

In my second panel, at the Wearable Technology Summit, Elizabeth Bohlmann, VP Marketing at December Labs, Kathryn Fantauzzi, CEO and Co-Founder of Apollo Neuroscience, and I discussed the evolving wearable ecology, and what it takes to succeed in the 2020’s.

And last but surely not least, I introduced two Finalists at Last Gadget Standing. The first, the Orbi Wi-Fi 6 mesh networking platform, was a product I both tested and advocated for. (Had a chance to see my USA Today column on Wi-Fi 6? No? That’s okay. It’s not too late. See it HERE.)

I neither tested nor advocated for the second product. Nor am I in the market for one: the second-generation Lioness Smart Vibrator. At this point, you may be asking yourself why. Go ahead and click. You won’t be disappointed.