"70% of consumers are said to be looking to purchase at least one new tech product this holiday and Innovation & Tech Today is preparing the winter issue to be the perfect resource for that audience," said Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 20, 2016
To coincide with the end of the year, and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of CES, Innovation & Tech Today is showcasing the Top 50 Innovative Products of 2016 in its upcoming winter issue. From tablets to headphones to wearables and even including their first annual 2016 car of the year, these are the best of the best when it comes to innovative products from top organizations around the world.
"70% of consumers are said to be looking to purchase at least one new tech product this holiday and Innovation & Tech Today is preparing the winter issue to be the perfect resource for that audience," said Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner. "This issue will feature the best of the best in content and innovative products from the worlds of sustainability, automation, wearables and entertainment. This list will illustrate why this year was one of the best for new tech." Companies interested in being featured in this issue can contact the magazine by emailing submit(at)innotechtoday(dot)com as there are a limited number of spaces left for new submissions, advertisers and sponsors. This issue will hit newsstands across North America in print and digital format right before the holidays and run through spring of 2017. As a bonus this issue will be made available onsite at major expos and conferences including CES as they celebrate their 50th anniversary.
I&T Today's winter issue will also include an exclusive interview with Scarlett Johansson on cybersecurity and her upcoming film, Ghost in the Shell. This issue will also contain interviews with top CEO's and features on tech jobs, cutting the cord, cybersecurity and continues their recurring departments Sustainability Today and STEM Today and Louisville is the featured tech zone. Finally, there is an interview with Derek Muller, host of the popular science-centered YouTube show Veritasium and on the lighter side, a conversation with comedian Ari Shaffir on why he keeps it simple when it comes to technology with his flip phone.
Innovation & Tech Today is entering its fifth year and is made available around the world in print and digital format with a cover price of $9.99. It can be found in any Barnes & Noble in North America and subscriptions can be purchased online.