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Why CES 2012 should have been called the Cloud Electronics Show

January 18, 2012 No Comments

I watched the new product announcements at CES 2012 with much more interest this year. Why? Because the use of cloud computing has gone from few and far between to pretty much anything and everything. CES 2012 shows that shift in no uncertain terms.

The rise of what I call the retail cloud has been a real mover and shaker the past few years. Today, it’s reached critical mass as everything from DVD players to TVs, from car entertainment to alarm clocks, comes with some sort of cloud service to support that device.

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