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Gearing Up for CES 2016

ces logoSmith is covering the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas again this year!

Smith’s Vice President of Trading, Todd Traylor, will be reporting live from the show through tweets (follow us @smithweb) and blogs. We will highlight the innovations and developments in tech, Internet of Things, and automation on display at the annual show.

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Responsible Recycling for a Sustainable Future

R2 whiteAmerica produces over 3 million tons of e-waste (high-tech trash such as smartphones, keyboards, processors, and TVs) every year. Daily, we cast aside 142,000 computers and over 416,000 mobile devices. Too often, end-of-life electronics are tossed into landfills or open-air burned, instead of being recycled in a responsible manner. Our enormous e-waste problem could have disastrous consequences for the future of the planet.

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COMPUTEX 2015: Expansion of IoT

Over its long history, COMPUTEX has been a tradeshow focused on the PC industry. Yet in recent years it has shown signs of evolving with the electronics industry as a whole, and that's abundantly apparent at this year's show. Organizers and exhibitors at COMPUTEX 2015 are emphasizing the Internet of Things (IoT) – an environment of smart devices that interact with the user seamlessly and provide a platform for applications and services.

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Smith at COMPUTEX Taipei

taipei 2015This morning, Smith is joining over 1,700 other exhibitors in opening its booth at the 2015 COMPUTEX trade show in Taipei. As the biggest electronics trade show in all of Asia, COMPUTEX attracts over 130,000 visitors looking for new products, customers, and vendors throughout the electronics industry.

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Manufacturing Flourishes in a Newly Reformed India

india flagModern India, governed by the new Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has seen growth in electronics manufacturing of late. Structural reforms introduced in the country and a recent decline in oil prices have contributed to an increased budget, a booming Bombay Stock Exchange, and stronger finances overall.

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