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Popping the market disruption bubble

This new innovation trend isn’t all it’s cracked up to be
Katie Wieser, Executive Editor January 16, 2015

For something that’s meant to inspire exciting ideas and unforeseen productivity, the concept of disruptive innovation seems to have gotten a bit stodgy. For those of you who haven’t taken an entrepreneurship...

Some of the latest trends shown at the show included wearable technologies and innovations for cars and televisions.

Wearable computing, Internet of Things and more on display at Consumer Electronics

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor January 16, 2015

Each year, manufacturers and sellers of every type of electronic device gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, a four-day exposition to showcase their products. The vendors pull out their...

Event38 was eager to talk about its work with drones at CES.

A Local Company With a Global Reach

Event38 showcases drones at CES
Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor January 8, 2015

Event38, founded by Case Western Reserve University alumnus Jeff Taylor, was at International CES this week to display the company's drones. The company, created three years ago, is headquartered in Akron...

CES Hub

CES Hub

January 2, 2015

The Observer, in coordination with Ignite TV, will be covering the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from January 6 to January 9. This annual event draws in businesses and entrepreneurs...

CWRU alumni create healthcare tracking platform; will showcase at Consumer Electronics Show

Katie Wieser, Executive Editor December 30, 2014

A business usually begins with the idea. The perfect product or service to fill a market need. But sometimes, like in the case of SpiroSano, the business began with a great partnership. Jacob Glenn and...

Event38 continues path of problem solving through drone technology

Team looks to find investors and partners at Consumer Electronics Show next month
Kathleen Wieser, Executive Editor December 26, 2014

Jeff Taylor’s path to entrepreneurship had an organic beginning. Using his own money and materials, Taylor was building drones from his home in San Diego and selling them online. While working at 3D...

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