"And it's hard not to think: Are we in an innovation lull?Consumer Electronics Show 2016: Are we in an innovation lull? - The Washington Post
In some ways, the answer is yes. For years, smartphones, televisions, tablets, laptops and desktops have made up a huge part of the market and driven innovation. But now these segments are looking at slower growth curves -- or shrinking markets in some cases -- as consumers aren't as eager to spend money on new gadgets.
Meanwhile, emerging technologies -- the drones, 3D printers and smart-home devices of the world -- now seem a bit too old to be called "the next big thing."
Basically the tech industry seems to be in an awkward period now."
Thursday, January 07, 2016
Consumer Electronics Show 2016: Are we in an innovation lull? - The Washington Post
Also see On Display at CES, Tech Ideas in Their Awkward Adolescence (NYT)