Kicking off this year’s Mobilize conference in San Francisco, Consumer Electronics Association chief Gary Shapiro pushed hard for more innovation — but acknowledged that he had no answers yet for the jobs displaced by this innovation.
Here you’ll find links to all of our coverage of Mobilize 2013, taking place Wednesday and Thursday in San Francisco, as well as a link to a live stream of the event, which will examine the second phase of the mobile revolution.
The founders of Twilio, Android and the Pebble watch will all be onstage at Mobilize 2013 in October as well as a host of experts in design, infrastructure and data. Make sure you come.
The Consumer Electronics Association is ditching CBS’s CNET as its CES partner. CEA CEO Gary Shapiro said he’s “shocked” that CBS “would bar all its reporters from favorably describing classes of technology the network does not like.”
Update: Charny has updated his article now saying it is “not clear” if Jobs will attend. In addition Ryan Block, who was apparently there with Shaprio when he was talking about this, completely refutes the idea that Jobs was ever even asked to deliver the keynote.
He’s probably the best keynote presenter in the history of history. Probably. And now Steve Jobs has been asked to present the opening keynote at next year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Nevada.
A report yesterday from the Wall Street Journal’s Ben Charny reveals that Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) chief executive Gary Shapiro asked Jobs to deliver the keynote at next year’s show. The CES is the world’s biggest consumer electronics trade show. Apple (s aapl) is a confirmed attendee for 2010, marking the first time it has attended the event since the trade show began thirty-odd years ago. Read More about Steve Jobs Asked to Deliver CES 2010 Keynote
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