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ARC

As We Digitize Greater Slots Of Our Lives, It Changes Everything
ARC
Shawn DuBravac: When I look around, we still live primarily in an analog world. Obviously it is less than it once was. We used to, not that long ago, talk about “going online.” Our identities online were completely separate from our identifies offline ...


Consumer Sentiment toward Overall Economy Drops Amidst Stock Market Volatility ...
Business Wire (press release)
“August's drop in sentiment toward the overall economy comes in the midst of a significant stock market correction,” said Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D., chief economist, CEA, and author of the New York Times best-seller Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data ...

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Re/code

Winter Is Coming to the Cable Industry
Re/code
Quick survey, “Game of Thrones” fans: How do you plan to watch Sunday night's season finale? Will you watch the Lannisters live on TV? DVR the Dance of Dragons for later in the week? Stream House Stark through your HBO or cable provider's app? Maybe ...

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CEA's Groundbreaking Book Digital Destiny Comes to China
Business Wire (press release)
In this provocative new book, CEA's Chief Economist and Lead Technologist Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D., explores what happens when everything – from our cars to our homes to our health care systems – is digitized. Dr. DuBravac will discuss the trends laid out ...

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USA TODAY

Rise of the hybrid devices
USA TODAY
"The trend is that everything today is a multifunction product," says Shawn DuBravac, chief economist and research director for the Consumer Electronics Association and author of the book, Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data Will Transform the Way ...


Inside the List
New York Times
The Good Stuff: Shawn DuBravac's “Digital Destiny,” new on the hardcover nonfiction list at No. 10, asks what the world might look like once the so-called Internet of Things has come to pass, connecting not just phones and household appliances but cars ...

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MiamiHerald.com

Big Data Goes To Las Vegas
Forbes
In short, it's about packing consumer gadgets with sensors, connecting these devices to the Internet, and analyzing the data they generate.” Consumer Electronics Association chief economist Shawn Dubravac delivered one of the keynote speeches at CES.
Wearable hype bubble: Why there are so many trackers and smartwatches hitting ...GeekWire
CES: Everything Old Is New AgainNew York Times (blog)
Take our visual tour of CES (photo gallery)VentureBeat
The Next Digit
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VentureBeat

Here's the bigger meaning of all these newfangled connected devices
VentureBeat
For Shawn DuBravac, a CES veteran and consumer electronics analyst, that's to be expected. He's personally more interested in thinking about what's useful. “We're in an environment where we're more focused on things being technologically meaningful.
CES 2015: The Internet of Things is Here, and It May Even Be UsefulBig Think (blog)
Drones, Curved TVs, Internet of Everything: Final Thoughts on CES 2015Entrepreneur
'Smart' gadgets will change the way we liveCharlotte Observer

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VentureBeat

Four big trends that will be everywhere at the biggest tech trade show
VentureBeat
“We are shifting from what something we could do technologically to what is technologically meaningful,” said Shawn Dubravac, chief economist at the Consumer Electronics Association in a press briefing at the start of CES. “We see these things playing ...
CEA's DuBravac Outlines CES Trends to WatchDealerscope
CES 2015: Trends to watchTech Page One
CES 2015: Digitisation must lead to meaningful data useComputerWeekly.com
Tech Times -Daily Mail -Philly.com
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Re/code

“Smart” Cities and the Urban Digital Revolution
Re/code
Smog, sewage and congestion are three of the hallmarks of contemporary urban living. But these downsides to city living are gradually becoming things of the past. City planners are finding new ways to address these inefficiencies, leveraging connected ...

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