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CES 2013: CNET's Next Big Thing: The Connected Revolution

Live coverage of CNET's CES SuperSession on the post-mobile future -- hosted by Brian Cooley and Molly Wood.

  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:40:45 PM
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:40:54 PM
    Cooley saks: what do you want to see we don't have?
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:41:38 PM
    Ford's Connelly is making a point I can definitely identify with: it's time that's the most valuable, and our electronics need to get better at using this finite resource.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:41:42 PM
    Sheryl Connelly wants to get her time back. We want constant connectivity, but it's too much.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:42:01 PM
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:42:05 PM
    Connelly: The value equation is there but tech steals time.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:42:15 PM
    Connelly: The great irony is that tech is pitched to save us time, but we're totally addicted
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:42:37 PM
    Cuban disagrees, says he doesn't do meeting -- you write me an email -- unless you're going to write me a check.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:42:41 PM
    Cuban, playing devil's advocate: I don't do meetings. I don't do phone calls. I do e-mail. Unless you're going to write me a check. (Peals of laughter from audience.)
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:43:07 PM
    "My life has been dramatically simplified," says Cuban
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:43:36 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:43:46 PM
    Connelly: You are the one percent of the one percent of the one percent of the one percent. "I think I'm happy about that," Cuban replies. Laughter again.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:43:59 PM
    Cuban points out that things evolve, you don't live in the world you were born into.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:44:41 PM
    Adib, of Sprint, points out the problems, such as distracted driving. There is responsibility we all have.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:44:53 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:45:02 PM
    This conversation has really gotten interesting. Does technology save us time? I'm torn about it. It certainly saves us time in terms of tasks, but then it lines up 10 more behind it.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:45:28 PM
    Cuban jokes: how long before we see, texts don't kill people -- people kill people?
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:45:55 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:45:58 PM
    Ford's Connelly is surprisingly optimistic. She believes tech-based distraction will go down in the future.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:46:07 PM
    Connelly: She's again arguing we're inundated with information and no way to know what's valuable.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:46:35 PM
    She's saying we're on track for behavior anticipation. Car garage doors anticipating entry and exit, etc.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:46:53 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:47:06 PM
    "Predictive behavior," is the industry term for this phenomenon. It has been growing in popularity this year.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:47:14 PM
    Cuban: We're taking things out of our work worlds and that's causing us to work more efficiently.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:47:37 PM
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:47:50 PM
    Cuban: We have to learn how to process what's signal and what's noise.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:48:05 PM
    Cuban takes an economic view. We're removing the "objects" out of the process. Cites Nate Silver's The Signal and the Noise book.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:48:41 PM
    I get the sense that Mark Cuban despises middle management.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:48:58 PM
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:49:36 PM
    Adib: Personalization is like convergence and all these other terms. We call it mobile, local and social.
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:49:40 PM
    The discussion has turned from efficiency to personalization. Value, versus value-add.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:50:00 PM
    Molly: what about security and privacy concerns?
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:50:35 PM
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:50:39 PM
    Adib: Privacy is huge. It becomes a big issue and this year will be one of largest security threats among smart phones
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:51:42 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:51:48 PM
    Sprint's Adib is the realist here. Ford's Connelly is playing careful optimist. LG's Fishler is reinforcing arguments. Cuban playing the wild card role.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:52:15 PM
    Cuban is more concerned about national security hacks..not personal.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:53:27 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:53:39 PM
    Cuban makes a great point here. Here we are worried about attacks from other countries, when someone could just hack the power grid, or mess with transportation system infrastructure, or steal government data. The digital threat in a connected world can be wide-spread and catastrophic.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:53:49 PM
    We're wrapping up.
  • Paul Sloan 1/8/2013 11:54:33 PM
    Thank you all for watching.
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:55:07 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:55:20 PM
    We ended on a downer -- security threats -- but that's the deal with the connected revolution: you get the good with the bad. How well can we navigate that path? I guess we'll find out!
  • josh.miller 1/8/2013 11:55:36 PM
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:56:21 PM
    There's a huge line forming to meet Mark Cuban
  • Andrew Nusca 1/8/2013 11:57:02 PM
    ...I think we'll go meet him, too. That's a wrap, thanks for watching!
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