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Feature: Top 10 New Products from the Consumer Electronics Show 2017

Top 10 New Products from the Consumer Electronics Show 2017

David Ryan for America's Backbone Weekly

Our expert reviews top technology trends from the CES Show in Las Vegas. Learn more about new technologies that your business may need in the year ahead. Read More >>


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Feature: CES 2017

CES 2017

50 years of automotive and TV innovation

The Consumer Electronics Show is turning 50 in 2017, giving us an opportunity to look back on how the automotive and video worlds have evolved. Younger readers might not remember it, but in the 1970s, watching TV was a lot less diverse than today. Germany was divided with radically different TV cultures and the rest of Europe consisted almost entirely of public broadcasters, with British TV airing just three channels. Today, consumers can access channels from a number of sources (cable, IP, Over-The-Top, satellite, terrestrial) and across a wide range of topics. In addition, the rise of new video sources like YouTube and the move that social media platforms are turning into smaller scale broadcasters is providing viewers with access to even more content. This has led to the requirement for quality Electronic Programme Guides and search engine, as well as a need for better user experience solutions.

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Feature: Best New Devices to Maximize your Business

Best New Devices to Maximize your Business

From mobile devices to tablets, learn how you can stay on top of new trends that will help your bottom line.

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Feature: Samsung product overview

Samsung product overview

How smart devices from Samsung can help your business

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Feature: Six Innovative Technologies For Business at CES 2016

Six Innovative Technologies For Business at CES 2016

Its fun to geek out. Heres what the future holds for business gadgets and software.

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Feature: New SmartTVs Could Open the Door to Hackers

New SmartTVs Could Open the Door to Hackers

TVs are one of the hottest selling items for consumers during the holidays and more than 90% of them will be connected to the internet by 2016. SmartTVs are a great gift, but consumers should be aware that connecting a new SmartTV to a home network may open the doors for hackers. Hacking a smart TV doesn't sound too terrible to most consumers, but attackers can use a successful SmartTV attack to gain access to all the devices on your home network; this can include access to financial data on personal computers as well as other confidential information. Smart TV attacks are relatively easy to implement, and they affect businesses as well as consumers. Gaining access to a corporate network through a smart TV can provide access to a wide range of corporate data.

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