Innovation & Tech Today Features Connected Car Technology, Alternative Energy, Fitness Wearables, the Selfie Explosion and Hot New Products in Spring 2014 Issue

Moving faster than the lightning-quick technology world, Innovation & Tech Today rolls out its Spring 2014 issue with a concerted focus on several industries that are changing the course of business — and consumer goods.

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We’re all accustomed to making sure our finger is on the pulse of the project, trend, movement, industry, or initiative that defines our niche in the marketplace. Now, what if we take it a step further — and anticipate the pulse?

Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 10, 2014

Innovation & Tech Today’s Spring 2014 issue debuted March 27-29 at MacWorld/iWorld in San Francisco. It is now available on newsstands, book stores and retail outlets nationwide April 8.

At 168 print pages, plus a corresponding digital issue, the Spring issue is the largest in Innovation & Tech Today history. It makes sense, as the magazine captures new and emerging technologies that are redefining communications, energy and transportation at breakneck speed. The innovations, products, executives and technologies of more than 100 companies are represented and/or described in the new issue, in one form or another.

“We’re all accustomed to making sure our finger is on the pulse of the project, trend, movement, industry, or initiative that defines our niche in the marketplace. Now, what if we take it a step further — and anticipate the pulse? That’s what this issue is about,” Publisher Charles Warner said.

The new issue lays out the technology, innovation and strategy that will define a number of marketplaces in the coming years. It includes an Innovation & Tech Today specialty, full team coverages from four major winter trade shows: the BlizzCon gaming show; the LA Auto Show; the NAMM music industry show; and International CES, the largest consumer products show in the world.

Topics in the new issue include:

  • Connected cars: the future of the automobile industry
  • Wearable tech’s role in aiding people energy
  • Corporate America’s fast-growing use of solar and wind energy
  • How 4K HDTV, glasses-free 3D and contoured screens will reshape home entertainment and gaming systems
  • Why selfies are here to stay
  • The next generation of air traffic control
  • The NEW Space Race
  • Interactive music and entertainment technology

In addition, the magazine’s popular conversation series continues with Consumer Electronics Association President and CEO Gary Shapiro, and LA Auto Show Executive Director Lisa Kaz, one of the most influential women in business and technology today.

“One of our central areas of focus is covering trade shows, inside and out, because of the wealth of stories, insights and product innovations that come from them,” Editor Robert Yehling said. “Between our four show coverages, we’re able to anticipate the pulse in more than 50 different product sectors — which we feature in the issue.”

Innovation & Tech Today is published by Innovative Properties Worldwide, Inc., headquartered in Denver with offices in San Diego and Clearwater, FL. It is available on digital formats through Zinio and iTunes, through print and digital subscriptions, and on newsstands nationally — including all Barnes & Noble locations in North America.

For more information, contact Charles Warner or Kelsey Elgie at (720) 708-4250.


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    Innovative Properties Worldwide
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