Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses wearable technologies.
Evan Lazarus is a founding executive and the Chief Technology Officer of SAFE Family Wearables. In his role as Chief Technology Officer, Evan is responsible for the company's overall technology vision as well as global development, design and manufacturing. Additionally, Evan evaluates new technology, manages device systems testing and oversees technical interface with key vendors. An industry veteran with 17 years of experience, Evan is excited to be on the forefront of the mobile and wearable industry.
Evan is also the founder and CEO of LazBro, Inc., specializing in digital, interactive and mobile marketing campaign technologies. Evan has designed technologies for companies such as Toyota, Pitney Bowes, Clorox, Mattel, Mystic Tan, VersaSpa, MGA Entertainment, Whish Body Products, Murad, Physicians Formula Cosmetics, California Olive Ranch, and Luxor, Las Vegas. Prior to LazBro, Lazarus began his move towards the integration of technology and marketing while developing non-traditional campaigns for various Las Vegas shows. By using a combination of technology based marketing strategies (SMS, viral net campaigns), Evan implemented strategic campaigns which led to his promotion to Director of Marketing for LevyMann Entertainment. At LevyMann, Evan honed his skills and produced and engineered the audio components for a multitude of live shows.
Evan is an active member of ASCAP, ThinkLA, and the MMA. He is known as a digital and mobile marketing expert. He is often invited to speak about the digital industry, and has been published in Response Magazine.
Craig talks about the standing of Blackberry in the market, and how it's catching up with the smart phones in the market, with their new slider phone.
Steven Jay is Vice President of Marketing and PR for BURG, the Smartwatch company. He is a Luxury Goods branding expert specializing in Marketing and Public Relations. Steven possesses extensive knowledge in building and promoting prestigious brands. He has more than 13 years experience in the fine Timepiece Industry having worked with such prestigious brands as Fortis, Gevril, Ferragamo, Versace and Croton. He is a natural “out of the box” thinker possessing an entrepreneurial spirit who is passionate about the brands he represents. Steven Jay was previously Director of Marketing & Public Relations for The Croton Group Timepiece Company and other fashion and timepiece companies.
Craig recaps previous interview with Burg at the CES 2015.
Craig wraps up this week's show with Back To The Future movie flashback review, and quick information on how to get to Craig's Insiders list.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses synergized smart devices.
Jim Barry, “The Digital Answer Man” is media spokesperson
for the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). He has appeared on countless radio and television programs and Webinars educating people about consumer electronics technology and products. He is the former editor of Video magazine and a 30-year veteran of consumer, trade and custom magazine publishing. During that time he has been an award-winning editor, writer and reporter, the president and CEO of a multi-million dollar corporate division, and the publisher of several consumer and business magazines.
Barry is the former editor and publisher of Dealerscope, a business publication for consumer electronics and major appliance retailers, and editorial director of Bartex Publishing Group, which published PC Retailing and Home Entertainment Marketing. He is also the former president, CEO and editorial director of Boston- based Custom Magazines, Inc.
Barry is a member of the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and the board of electors of the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame. He is a visiting lecturer at the Boston University School of Communication and has received Excellence in Writing awards from the American Society of Business Press Editors (ASBPE) for feature writing, news reporting and signed editorials.
Craig wraps up this week's show with quick information on how to get to Craig's Insiders list.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses more on the future on mobile apps.
Craig discusses further about the Apple's iOS update, and why the best ad blocker app available was pulled out from the store by it's own author.
Darin Barri has over
Ari Roisman is Co-Founder and CEO of Jerusalem-based Glide, an app that allows users to send and receive private
video messages that can be watched live or at the recipients’
Ari is passionate about big opportunities and great ideas. He started his career by proving the commercialization value of a small nanotech startup. Within 12 months of joining the effort, the company was acquired by the world's largest materials manufacturer.
Craig wraps up this week's show with quick information about upcoming black Friday, and some iMac deals.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he discusses Automotive Technology, from apps that can link to your cars to autonomous driving.
Craig discusses further about the future with autonomous driving, with the use of Velodyne Lidar.
Walter Sullivan is the newly appointed head of Elektrobit
(EB) Automotive’s new Silicon Valley Innovation Lab,
responsible for developing and leading the company’s
presence in Silicon Valley, as well as building and fostering strategic partnerships around the globe.
Craig wraps up this week's show discussing more about Apple's new iOS, and Amazon Fire Stick.