51 posts and columns on CES 2011 Feature
As promised, after posting highlights last week, here’s the full video from an interview I did with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo at our D@CES event at the Consumer Electronics Show. And you’ll see the man-who-would-be-Tweet-King is one very funny dude.
Our next highlights video from our D@CES event last week is of Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. Huang talked about how mobile is about to see super-duper-duper smartphones and also touched on the chipmaker’s legal battle with Intel, which was settled earlier this week.
While BoomTown was running around the endless floors of the Consumer Electronics Show last week, I jogged right over to the folks at Nike, to see their new Nike+ SportWatch GPS. The device is yet another step in Nike’s long march to try to digitize the running experience.
Apple may not have been in Vegas, but its legions of followers were. The maker of the Mac and iPhone prefers having the stage to itself, but an entire section of CES was devoted to iStuff. Mobilized toured the show floor and has a video report.
Yes, like a digital Heidi Klum, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo did declare that BoomTown’s outfit was “matador casual” at the start of an interview I did with him at D@CES last Friday. But we talked about a lot more than that, in a lively discussion about the future of the microblogging phenom.
Earlier tonight, it was revealed in numerous news reports that Twitter had been ordered by a U.S. federal judge to turn over documents related to several people involved with WikiLeaks. Here’s what Twitter had to say to BoomTown in response, as well as what CEO Dick Costolo said onstage yesterday at the D@CES event about the importance of the free flow of information.