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Spotify mimics Apple’s design with new podcast show page updates

Spotify’s ongoing investments in the podcast-streaming side of its business helped boost podcast listening on its service by 200% last year. But today, only 16% of Spotify’s monthly listeners are engaging with podcats — a number the company today hopes to nudge higher by redesigning the podcast side of its streaming app. The new layout now makes it easier to view information about podcasts and improves discovery of new shows. In particular, Spotify has given podcast show trailers a more prominen...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Apps, Spotify, Media, Podcasts, Tech, Podcasting, Streaming, Streaming Music, Consumer Electronics Show


Smart-home tech for agents: Kohler upgrades bathrooms and kitchens for the 21st century

In this week's "Smart-home tech," new technology enables homeowners to move seamlessly around their kitchens and bathrooms and have some fun. Check out Kohler's latest and greatest here.
Tags: Ios, Google, Amazon, Android, Video, Technology, Opinion, Ces, Radio, Agent, Las Vegas, Columns, Smart Home Tech, Alexa, Consumer Electronics Show, Kohler


Aptiv’s self-driving cars have given 100,000 paid rides on the Lyft app

What started out as a temporary pilot project to test a robotaxi service in Las Vegas has turned into a multi-year partnership between self-driving software company Aptiv and Lyft and a new milestone that suggests the operation is ramping up. The companies announced Tuesday that they’ve given 100,000 paid rides in Aptiv’s self-driving vehicles via the Lyft app. “To our knowledge this is the largest open-to-the-public commercial pilot,” Aptiv Autonomous Mobility President Karl Iagnemma said...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Lyft, Technology, Articles, Tech, Automotive, Automation, Las Vegas, Bmw, Self-driving Car, Emerging-technologies, Consumer Electronics Show, Karl Iagnemma, Kelman, Las Vegas Clark County


The inside story of how startup Jumpshot, once valued at $173 million, came crashing down after reports that it was selling people's data

The analytics firm Jumpshot shut down last week after a report alleged it was selling people's browsing data without their knowledge to marketers like Home Depot and Revlon. Former employees and marketers said Jumpshot's parent company, the cybersecurity firm Avast, worried that the report could hurt its business. Avast and Jumpshot have said the company's data is anonymous and does not reveal personally identifiable information. Jumpshot's shutdown comes amid growing measures to protect consu...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Home Depot, California, Trends, Nike, Yelp, Financial Times, Samba TV, Cannes Lions, Consumer Electronics Show, Mckinsey, Avast, Ascential, Johnson Johnson, Amazon Netflix


7 big trends restaurants are chasing in 2020

Customers can look forward to something new in Taco Bell restaurants, and it’s not the latest version of Nacho Fries. The Irvine-based chain will have recycling bins, composting bins, and packaging without certain harmful industrial chemicals. A pledge to be more eco-friendly is at the top of Taco Bell’s initiatives for 2020, and it’s not surprising. Eco-friendly packaging is one of the trends the National Restaurant Association and industry watchers such as data firm Technomic, Forbes, and QSR ...
Tags: California, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Customers, Chicago, Dave, Things To Do, Soccer, Fast Food, Dallas, Starbucks, Las Vegas, Pasadena, Berkeley, Chipotle


Roku expands to Brazil, launches Roku TV featuring Globoplay in partnership with AOC

Roku announced this morning it’s expanding into Brazil, a sizable market that could have a notable impact on the streaming device maker’s advertising business. The company last summer was said to be considering a Brazil expansion, at a time when over 90% of its advertising business’s revenue came from the U.S. Since then, Roku expanded its TV licensing program to Europe, and at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show revealed plans to add new international Roku TV partners, including its first in ...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Europe, TV, Television, Mexico, India, Tech, Canada, Brazil, Streaming, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Consumer Electronics Show, Aoc, Italy Spain


Why Shaquille O’Neal Stands Tall as One of Basketball’s Biggest Brand Ambassadors

At the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month in Las Vegas, one man towered above the crowd. At 7'1" and over 300 pounds, Shaquille O'Neal--better known as just Shaq--dominated the NBA for nearly two decades. Since retiring in 2011, the Diesel has only grown his presence in households across the world. He's a commentator on...
Tags: General, Advertising, Nba, Las Vegas, Shaq, Consumer Electronics Show, Influencers, Shaquille O'Neal


Smart-home tech for agents: The top products we saw at CES 2020

Brandon Doyle and Colton Pratt scoured the Consumer Electronics Show to uncover the best, most exciting products coming down the pike. Here are their top picks.
Tags: Video, Technology, Opinion, Blink, Ces, Radio, Agent, Columns, Smart Home Tech, Consumer Electronics Show, Ring, Arlo, Select, Brandon Doyle, CES 2020, Colton Pratt


Quibi execs Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman explain their big vision

Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Quibi executives — including CEO Meg Whitman and founder/chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg — took the stage in a keynote laying out their vision for the mobile video service. Katzenberg is a longtime Hollywood executive who led Walt Disney Studios during its animation renaissance in the late ’80s and early ’90s before co-founding Dreamworks Animation. Whitman worked at both Disney and Dreamworks, but she’s best known as the former CEO of eBay...
Tags: TC, Mobile, Apps, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Ebay, Disney, Tech, Dreamworks, Silicon Valley, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Consumer Electronics Show, Walt Disney Studios, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Whitman


Faux-Pork, Feral Camels, Police Dogs, and Sex Tech: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

This week saw the comings and goings of another Consumer Electronics Show along with every oddity and wonder we’ve grown to expect therein. Amid checking out the event’s scores of other gadgets, Gizmodo’s folks on the floor got to build a vibrator, munch on some I-Can’t-Believe-It’s-Not-Pork, and scratch their heads…Read more...
Tags: Science, Australia, Police, Ces, Bolt, Gizmodo, Consumer Electronics Show, Electric Scooters, Lime, Dildos, Sex Tech, Opiods, Opioid Crisis, Best Of Gizmodo, Quibi, The Best Stories Of The Week


7 best new fitness tech products we saw at CES 2020

Fitness tech remains one of the biggest categories at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Interactive at-home workout systems like Peloton and NordicTrack continue to influence new products like the Ergatta Digital Rower and the Amazfit HomeStudio. Along with smartwatch announcements from Suunto and a unique wearable from SmartTools, CES also featured an odd-yet-interesting new e-bike built for the water. You can also check out the best products of CES 2020 overall, for home and kitche...
Tags: Google, America, Trends, Las Vegas, Garmin, Cvs, Consumer Electronics Show, Jabra, Versailles, Suunto, Huami, Peloton, Peloton Tread, Google Pay Google, NURVV, Las Vegas Interactive


CES takes half-baked stance on cannabis

A cannabis company won a CES award for 2020. Called Keeps, the desktop storage device features biometric security to secure cannabis products, and looks good while doing it. The CTA gave them an Innovations Award Nominee in October and then weeks later told the company they were unable to use the word “cannabis” when exhibiting. Keep Labs decided to stay home and not exhibit at the massive Consumer Electronics Show, potentially missing out on distribution deals, funding and increased brand aware...
Tags: Startups, TC, Tech, Cta, Cannabis, Canada, United States, Las Vegas, Nevada, Smith, Cto, Consumer Electronics Show, Brown, Las Vegas Convention Center, Jeff Brown, Popplewell


Shifting Gears: Keeping up with the Ghosn's

Happy Friday and welcome to the latest issue of Shifting Gears, Business Insider's guide to all the transportation you missed — or meant to read later — throughout the week. In Las Vegas, the indefatigable Mark Matousek reported on all the new electric vehicles and concept cars on display at the Consumer Electronics Show, which wraps up today. And from our newsrooms in London and New York, my colleagues worked in overdrive to follow all the developments surrounding the crash of a Boeing 737 ope...
Tags: Japan, Spacex, New York, London, California, US, Trends, Iran, Las Vegas, Bmw, Ashton Kutcher, Nissan, Faa, Lebanon, Boeing, Consumer Electronics Show


Fisker debuts an electric luxury SUV for $37,500 at CES

At the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show, acclaimed American-Danish automotive designer Henrik Fisker, CEO of the eponymous startup Fisker Inc., has unveiled the hotly anticipated Fisker Ocean. This all-electric luxury SUV comes with a range close to 300 miles and a competitive starting price of $37,500. Described by Fisker as “the world’s most sustainable vehicle,” the Ocean will be powered by an approximately 80 kWh lithium-ion battery pack and come equipped with a full-length solar roof capable ...
Tags: Electric Vehicle, Design, Ces, United States, Ocean, Henrik Fisker, Electric Cars, Electric Car, Geneva Motor Show, Consumer Electronics Show, Recycled Materials, Fisker, Aston Martin DB9, Mustang Rocket, Solar Powered Car, electric SUV


CES 2020: the latest gadgets on show in Las Vegas – in pictures

The Consumer Electronics Show opened this week in Las Vegas with more than 4,400 companies exhibiting, including 1,200 startups. CES 2020 features the latest transformative technologies, including 5G, artificial intelligence, vehicle technology and digital health. The four-day show is a place for companies to unveil their products and services for the coming year Continue reading...
Tags: Gadgets, Photography, Technology, World news, US news, Ces, Las Vegas, Consumer Electronics Show


Digital Trends Live: Day 4 from the Consumer Electronics Show

It’s Day 4 of the Consumer Electronics Show, which means another special episode of Digital Trends Live. On today’s show, hosts Greg Nibler and Maude Garrett bring you a full day of coverage, highlights, and trending tech stories.
Tags: Trends, Consumer Electronics Show, Emerging Tech, Greg Nibler, Maude Garrett, Dt Live, Digital Trends Live, CES 2020


Toyota’s mobility-minded city of the future to break ground next year

At CES 2020, the carmaker announced plans to break ground on its city of the future next year under the peak of Mount Fuji. Toyota's Woven City will become the mobility-minded city of the future.
Tags: Japan, Lifestyle, Radio, Toyota, Solar Power, Smart Homes, Consumer Electronics Show, Green Cities, News Brief, Real Estate Technology, Sustainable Architecture, CES 2020, Woven City


Bosch is using artificial intelligence to eliminate sun glare while driving

Bosch has debuted a concept sun visor designed to block sun glare that drivers encounter behind the wheel. The company revealed its new technology at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The Virtual Visor relies on artificial intelligence to map the driver's face to project a transparent, dark-shaded mask onto the eyes, allowing for an unrestricted view of the road. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bosch has debuted the Virtual Visor — a reimagined sun...
Tags: Trends, Ocean, Las Vegas, Bosch, Consumer Electronics Show, Steffen Berns


Quibi's CEO explains the video startup's business model and how it booked $100 million in advertising revenue before launch

Quibi, a mobile streaming service that launches in April, plans to make money through both subscriptions and advertising revenue.  Quibi CEO Meg Whitman broke down the company's revenue model for Business Insider. The company will sell subscriptions, as well as secondslong preroll ads and branded-content placements. Quibi has attracted big-name advertisers like P&G and Pepsi ahead of its launch with the promise of millennial audiences and the advancement of mobile entertainment and ad formats,...
Tags: Trends, Walmart, Netflix, Cbs, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Las Vegas, Ken Burns, Hulu, Consumer Electronics Show, Bernstein, Pepsi, Whitman, Meg Whitman, US Hulu, Joe Otterson, WarnerMedia


Quibi's CEO explains the video startup's business model and how it booked $150 million in advertising revenue before launch

Quibi, a mobile streaming service that launches in April, plans to make money through both subscriptions and advertising revenue.  Quibi CEO Meg Whitman broke down the company's revenue model for Business Insider. The company will sell subscriptions, as well as secondslong preroll ads and branded-content placements. Quibi has attracted big-name advertisers like P&G and Pepsi ahead of its launch with the promise of millennial audiences and the advancement of mobile entertainment and ad formats,...
Tags: Trends, Walmart, Netflix, Cbs, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Las Vegas, Ken Burns, Hulu, Consumer Electronics Show, Bernstein, Pepsi, Whitman, Meg Whitman, US Hulu, Joe Otterson, WarnerMedia


Quibi execs describe 3 ways the video service will measure success — after raising $1.4 billion before launch

Quibi, a mobile-video service, will become the latest platform to enter the streaming wars when it launches on April 6.  The company's execs explained how Quibi will be evaluated. Quibi will closely observe how people interact with the service, how many videos users watch, and the number of net subscribers paying for the service. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Quibi, a mobile-video service, will officially enter the streaming wars when it launches on April 6.  The startup, which has ra...
Tags: Hollywood, Trends, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Ken Burns, Steven Spielberg, Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas Nevada, Whitman, Meg Whitman, Katzenberg, Quibi, CBS News ESPN, Tom Conrad Quibi


The 24 coolest vehicles we saw at CES 2020

There are a variety of electric, autonomous, and flying vehicles on display at this year's edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Some are set for production, while others are speculative concepts. Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Jeep are among the brands that have brought vehicles to the conference. Sign up for Business Insider's transportation newsletter, Shifting Gears, to get more stories like this in your inbox. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Automakers have...
Tags: Asia, Europe, China, US, Trends, Sony, Toyota, Las Vegas, Nissan, Consumer Electronics Show, North America Ford, Audie, Las Vegas Some, Mercedes Benz Ford, Sony Vision S Release, Fisker Ocean Release


Digital Trends Live: Day 2 from the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show

It’s day 2 of the CES 2020, which means another special edition of Digital Trends Live. Join us as we bring you a full day of coverage, highlights, and other trending tech stories.
Tags: Facebook, Samsung, Trends, Consumer Electronics Show, Emerging Tech, Dt Live, Digital Trends Live


McDonalds, Impossible Foods break off talks as supply crunch looms for vegan darling

In California, . Shares of rival Beyond Meat jumped more than 12 percent on   the news. Meanwhile, Burger King is continuing its Impossible rollout and the San Francisco-based advanced foods company chose the Consumer Electronics Show to unveil its new poor without the pig offering. Impossible said that it was aiming to double its production to meet existing demand rather than try and take on a major new customer of the size of McDonalds. The burger chain has been trialing its latest plant-bas...
Tags: California, San Francisco, Canada, Mcdonalds, Producer News, Impossible Foods, Consumer Electronics Show, Impossible, McDonalds Impossible Foods


Twitter to add “conversation participants” setting to limit who can reply to your tweets

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) event is happening this week in Las Vegas, and among the announcements that came today was news from Twitter that users will soon have more control over who can view and reply to their tweets. Twitter's new “conversation participants” setting on the “compose” screen will let you restrict that element, which gives users the ability to tamp down rampant abusive and harassing behavior on the social media platform. All in the new Twitter Beta, coming soo...
Tags: Twitter, Post, Business, Technology, News, Social Media, Tech, Ces, Las Vegas, Panel, Consumer Electronics Show, Xie, Dieter Bohn, Suzanne Xie, Global Group Panel


Quibi’s Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman offer a deeper look at the new streaming service

Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg and CEO Meg Whitman took the stage this morning at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to offer a deeper look into the technology behind the soon-to-launch mobile streaming service. The company had already revealed much about its intentions with Quibi, including how it’s the first streaming service designed exclusively for mobile devices, not the living room TV. But until today’s keynote — and briefings with reporters yesterday — what Quibi hadn’t yet d...
Tags: Google, TC, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Youtube, Tech, Chromecast, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Las Vegas, Kevin Hart, Spielberg, Brian Grazer, Consumer Electronics Show


Quibi CEO Meg Whitman breaks down the revenue model for the buzzy video startup that has raised $1 billion

Quibi, a mobile streaming service that launches in April, plans to make money through both subscriptions and advertising revenue.  Quibi CEO Meg Whitman broke down the company's revenue model for Business Insider. The company will sell subscriptions, as well as secondslong preroll ads and branded-content placements. Quibi has attracted big-name advertisers like P&G and Pepsi ahead of its launch with the promise of millennial audiences and the advancement of mobile entertainment and ad formats,...
Tags: Trends, Walmart, Netflix, Cbs, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Las Vegas, Ken Burns, Hulu, Consumer Electronics Show, Bernstein, Pepsi, Whitman, Meg Whitman, US Hulu, Joe Otterson, WarnerMedia


Inside the marketing strategy for Quibi, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman's mobile-only streaming service

What is Quibi? Starting on Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show, the soon-to-launch mobile-streaming service will try to make itself a household name among its target audience of 25- to 35-year-olds. Quibi will spend most of its marketing budget on digital and social-media advertising, to target millennials where they are already spending time on their smartphones.  It plans to release a new original movie or series every Monday, and debut installments of other titles throughout each wee...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Steve Jobs, US, Trends, Netflix, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Ken Burns, Oprah Winfrey, Spielberg, Business Insider, Consumer Electronics Show


Inside the marketing strategy for Quibi, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman's buzzy video startup that has raised $1 billion

What is Quibi? Starting on Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show, the soon-to-launch mobile streaming service will try to make itself a household name among its target audience of 25- to 35-year-olds. Quibi will spend most of its marketing budget on digital and social-media advertising, to target millennials where they are already spending time on their smartphones.  It plans to release a new original movie or series every Monday, and debut installments of other titles throughout each wee...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Post, Hbo, Hollywood, Steve Jobs, US, Trends, Netflix, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Ken Burns, Oprah Winfrey, Spielberg, Business Insider, Consumer Electronics Show


Quibi CEO Meg Whitman breaks down the revenue model for the mobile-only video service and explains her pitch to advertisers

Quibi, a mobile-streaming service that launches in April, plans to make money through both subscription and advertising revenue.  Quibi CEO Meg Whitman broke down the company's revenue model for Business Insider. The company will sell subscriptions, as well as seconds-long pre-roll ads and branded-content placements. Quibi has attracted big name advertisers like P&G and Pepsi ahead of launch with the promise of millennial audiences, and advancing mobile entertainment and ad formats, Whitman sa...
Tags: Trends, Walmart, Netflix, Cbs, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Ken Burns, Hulu, Consumer Electronics Show, Bernstein, Pepsi, Las Vegas Nevada, Whitman, Meg Whitman, US Hulu, Joe Otterson, WarnerMedia