LAS VEGAS -- The Consumer Electronics Show is like the real world in only one sense: everyone is trying to capture your attention.
So if they can't do it with dancing girls, they hire actors and professional presenters who are there to lure you to a company's wares.
This morning, for example, Panasonic and Samsung were employing more flashing lights than Amsterdam. They talk at you, they play music, they activate multifarious screens at passing eyes -- everything to halt your gait and grab your eyes and brain.
Every company at CES garnered some kind of crowd. Every … Read more