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New tech to drive CE industry growth
Electronic Products & Technology
“The back half of the year should give way to improving financial conditions that will drive consumer spending, setting up a stronger second half for consumer tech,” said Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D., chief economist of CEA and author of the New York Times ...


The Korea Herald

[Tech column] From jet packs to talking cars: How fiction can inspire consumer ...
The Korea Herald
Order up a digital movie selection at home and you may see cars autonomously careening down highways (“I, Robot”), artificial intelligence (“AI”), robots that cook, clean and cater to our every whim (“Iron Man”) or augmented reality cityscapes serving ...


New Tech to Drive CE Industry Growth in 2015, Projects CEA's Midyear Sales and ...
SYS-CON Media (press release)
“The back half of the year should give way to improving financial conditions that will drive consumer spending, setting up a stronger second half for consumer tech,” said Shawn DuBravac, Ph.D., chief economist of CEA and author of the New York Times ...

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Police News

3 reasons tablets are replacing cruisers' mounted laptops
Police News
Tablets now are owned by more than half of American households, reaching 54 percent ownership, and for the first time joined the list of top 10 most-owned tech products, said Dr. Shawn DuBravac, chief economist and senior director of research for the ...

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Medical Marketing and Media

Mobile's role in healthcare is still experimental
Medical Marketing and Media
As the costs of monitoring have gone down and there is less of a need to test the technology, the focus now is figuring out the relevancy of mobile technology in the healthcare industry, said Shawn DuBravac, chief economist and senior director of ...


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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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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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.
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CES 2015: The Internet of Things is Here, and It May Even Be UsefulBig Think (blog)
'Smart home' New devices unveiled at gadget showMontgomery Advertiser

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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: Digitisation must lead to meaningful data useComputerWeekly.com
CES 2015: Trends to watchTech Page One
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“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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