By Heather L Sidorowicz January 30, 2013
We have all heard the old adage, “You will never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This is true; not only in the way we present ourselves, but also in the way we present our companies.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 17, 2013
This year I was fortunate enough to attend the Consumer Electronics Show under a press pass. The show was a mass barrage of audio and video—overwhelming at some points. It was a sea of people, products, and technology, and it is still penetrating my dreams. After trudging the floors, hotels, press events, and people, (and surviving), I have created a list of what I learned as the new girl (press girl) on the block.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 10, 2013
Sony unveiled its fancy new phone at this year’s CES. It comes with a 13mp camera built in. The iPhone 5 and even the 4S have an 8mp camera. These cell phone cameras are exponentially better than many dedicated “point-and-shoot” cameras from only a few years back. This would make you think that cameras are going the way of film—extinct, right?
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 09, 2013
From Boxee we have the "first cloud based DVR ever." All of your shows are stored in the Cloud. They have created an interface to show them all to you in one place, on one page. There is no limit on how much you can record since the storage is on the cloud. Netflix, Vudu, YouTube all in one place. This product uses your off air antenna in conjunction with your apps to deliver what you want, when you want it. It is said to retail for $99.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 08, 2013
Every day we connect to the world. We do this through our smart phones and computers. We do it at work, at home, and on the run. But what if it didn’t stop there? This year’s Consumer Electronic Show is all about connectivity. It's not about a huge product launch or crazy new technology. It's about connecting every facet of our lives into a digital blueprint.
By Heather L. Sidorowicz January 03, 2013
While you were off drinking eggnog over this holiday break, I did a grand experiment. I will admit I didn't set out to do this. I lived—and survived—two and a half weeks without cable.