In keeping with the Monster Cable mantra of, “always lead and never follow”, Noel Lee kicked off an impressive press conference that highlighted a year of innovation and and exciting new products.
Women in CE, at its Legacy Award event Thursday night at 2011 CES in Las Vegas, honored the following executives for their contributions to the consumer electronics industry
By popular demand, in this January issue, we celebrate the second annual crop of the CustomRetailer Young Turks of CE! These 45 industry dynamos are on the move, shaping the products and services of today and tomorrow.
I hope you are looking forward to 2011 as much as I am. I was speaking with an electronic systems contractor recently and he said things were finally starting to shake loose, and while he had acted quickly and changed his business model, he could see good times ahead.
The Women in CE organization has named five recipients of the 2011 Legacy Awards, which will be presented at a special event at International CES next month.
DSI Systems this week announced the release of its 2010/2011 catalog. The catalogs were mailed to all DSI dealers this week.
Noel Lee is pretty confident that his just-announced partnership with NBA basketball star and Chinese national hero Yao Ming to launch select co-branded products in China will carve a wide enough niche in the market door to allow his Monster Cable brand to build a foothold in the world’s biggest marketplace.
Monster Cable became the first company to announce for market introduction a version of active 3D glasses system that it says will work with any brand of 3D TV.
CEA Line Shows are coming to New York's 7 West 34th St. in June, and a long list of major consumer electronics companies will be participating as exhibitors.
Monster Cable will appear as an exhibitor at CEA Line Shows in June, the company's public relations firm announced on Twitter Thursday.