Smart Meetings Managing Editor Nikki Gloudeman at the Richard Petty Driving Experience in Orlando While waiting in line to ride down a brand-new twisting slide at the Orlando World Center Marriott, I felt an overwhelming sense of nostalgia.
A photographer from Christie’s Photographic Studios uses an iLite Tablet Camera, which allows photos to be instantly emailed to attendees or printed onsite, at last year’s Smart Event at Turnberry Isle Miami in Aventura, Fla.
The Chromecast adapter, courtesy of Google It was only released Wednesday, but Google’s latest gizmo has the potential to be a game-changer when it comes to the challenge of displaying online content for an audience.
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