CES about content, not gadgets · 19 January 2007, 10:11
From the releases and reports out of the Consumer Electronics Show – which is usually expected to be the time and place for new electronic “toys” to be unveiled – it seems that this year’s edition was less about gadgetry and more about content.
The devices that did capture attention were those designed to stream content from computers to televisions and back again, but most of the big announcements were about Microsoft signing content deals to make their Xbox 360 an IPTV receiver or CBS partnering with YouTube for a cross-content promotion.
Read my round-up of CES and Macworld Expo in this week’s Channel Changer.
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