NAB/CTA ATSC 3.0 test station in Cleveland is using Titan for multichannel HEVC encoding
CTA Market Research VP Steve Koenig previews 2019 CES at the 23rd annual event.
CTA lifts the curtain on what will be new in January.
A revision to CTA’s flagship CE sales report and forecast finds consumers eagerly adding 4K UHD to their viewing experience
Smartphones have taken over the No. 2 slot of most owned tech devices in U.S. homes
Today, Feb. 1, marks the first day that Jean Foster will be taking on her new position as senior vice president of marketing and communications for CTA, as announced via a press release.
If you’re hearing faint chants of “USA” coming from the west that may be due to the fact that the U.S. was identified by the Consumer Technology Association as one of the 13 most innovated countries in the world.
The popularity of Netflix, Spotify and other video and audio streaming services is well known, and now the Consumer Technology Association is putting a number to just what the popularity might mean for the tech industry.
With CES 2018 right around the corner, TWICE spoke to Steve Koenig, senior director, market research, Consumer Technology Association (CTA), about trends and highlights visitors can expect from CES 2018.
There could be “chaos in the marketplace” and possible consumer rejection of the next-gen TV transmission standard according to the Consumer Technology Association if the FCC doesn’t provide regulatory certainty about how these signals will be delivered.
Drones, virtual reality and OLED TVs are now billion dollar industries, as the latest “U.S. Consumer Technology Sales and Forecasts” report from CTA has each emerging tech crossing the $1 billion revenue milestone for the first time in 2017.
During the Consumer Technology Association’s Technology & Standards Forum, CTA’s Portable Handheld and In-Vehicle Electronics Committee, R6, published a standard designed to assist the growth of drones, offering guidance on serial numbers small drones.