Our CA iPad mini Cases Are in the Works
Friday, November 2, 2012 by Beau Rosser
Like a lot of people, we received our iPad minis in the office today. A lot of customers have been asking when or if we are planning on releasing a case for the iPad mini. In short, yes, we are.
But, it's a tad bit more complicated than that.
Cyber Acoustics Makes a Splash in Mexico
Tuesday, August 7, 2012 by cyberacoustics
The 22nd Annual Feria de la Computacion ran from August 2 to 5 in Mexico City, and is the largest consumer-selling show in all of Latin America, with 100,000 sq. ft. of exhibitor space and more than 200,000 attendees looking for great deals on leading technology brands. CA's Latin America Sales Manager, Lou Viveros, was kind enough to send us some great pictures.
2012 marked the first year that Cyber Acoustics participated in this great event in partnership with one of the show's biggest exhibitors, SuperMultiComputadoras.
Many thanks to Isaac Dabbah and his great team at SuperMultiComputadoras!
Check out the CA stacks!
The launch of CA-3810 and CA-3908 drew huge crowds, which we were able to handle thanks to the great efforts of Nora Perez and Neidy Martinez from SeraTec, the newest Cyber Acoustics distributor in Mexico.
Sandra Becerril and the entire Market Solutions team in Mexico went non-stop to make Cyber Acoustics' first Feria de la Computacion a SuperMultiSuccess!
Gracias, Mexico! Hasta luego!
Ouya Says “Booyah” to Xbox, Playstation, and Wii
Thursday, July 12, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Haven’t heard about Ouya? Well, maybe that’s because it doesn’t technically exist yet. It’s a silver and black cube that’s been designed to shake up the console gaming market. How do I know this? Ouya, launched on Kickstarter a few days ago, has already raised over $4 million dollars with over 30,000 pledges—in fact, it was the fastest kickstarter project to reach $1 million. So what, exactly, is Ouya?
ISTE 2012: Thanks for Stopping By!
Thursday, June 28, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Just back from sunny San Diego as part of the ISTE 2012 conference, where we showed off Cyber Acoustics iPad cases and their amazing protection to educators from all over the country.
E3 2012 – Did I Miss Something?
Friday, June 8, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Now granted I don’t spend a lot time at E3, but I had high expectations to see what emerging mobile gaming options would be on display. I was deeply disappointed on the lack there of. How many friends do you know that are not walking around with a smartphone (otherwise known as super powered portable computer) in their pockets regularly? Basically, it’s a huge untapped market that the big boys appear to be treating as a door-to-door salesman knocking on your front door.
E3 2012: A Preview
Thursday, May 24, 2012 by cyberacoustics
You might think summer begins with Memorial Day, but for me, summer doesn’t start until my annual pilgrimage to LA during the first week of June. I get to leave the cool, wet weather of the northwest for some much needed warmth and sunshine. But this isn’t a vacation, it’s far better than that...it’s E3 2012.
A New Brand of Summer Blockbuster
Friday, May 11, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Just when you think computer games are dead, you might want to think again. Sure, your kids might be talking about this summer’s blockbuster movie sequels like The Dark Knight Rises and The Bourne Legacy, but they might not know of the new Blizzard sequel: Diablo III.
Kickstarter: Support Grassroots Endeavors
Tuesday, April 24, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Every day, I visit some of my favorite sites to find out what’s new and exciting in the technology world. You know the ones: Mashable, Engadget, Mac Rumors, etc. Lately, I’ve been seeing more and more mentions of a startup company asking for funding to launch their idea. Recently, Pebble, a customizable watch for iPhone and Android, was seeking $100K in funding and received over $5 million. This may seem like an anomaly, but think about it. If you have an idea, wouldn’t it be great to be able to pitch it to the world? Who knows—you may even hit the jackpot.
Trading Cards: Who's Laughing Now?
Friday, April 20, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Okay, I’ll admit it: back in the 90s I, along with my son, got caught up in the Pokemon craze. It was fun, and brought back memories of when I was kid, collecting baseball and football trading cards. We all know what happens to them when you grow up and move away, though—they hit the yard sale circuit. Bye bye, Mickey Mantle. I was determined that this was not going to happen again with my son, so I made a plan. You might say I went a little overboard.
Everybody Needs a Buddy….
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 by cyberacoustics
Living in the Northwest, we pay some of the highest prices for gasoline. How do I know this? Not from the news, but from a simple app called GasBuddy. We all know that gas prices are not coming down, and every so often, it pays to call on a buddy for a little help.