Holiday Gadgets and Wireless Accessories 2013 with Doug Dixon


CONTACT: Khurt Williams
PHONE : 609-375-8479
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TOPIC: Holiday Gadgets and Wireless Accessories 2013

SPEAKER: Douglas Dixon

LOCATION: Stuart Hall, Room 6, Princeton Theological Seminary, (Alexander St), Princeton, New Jersey. See for map and directions.

WHEN: Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 7:30 p.m.

FREE: Open to the general public

We’re going mobile, with our smartphones and tablets and laptops. Over half of all adults in the United States now own a smartphone or a tablet, and some 65% of U.S. mobile phone owners are using smartphones.

Doug Dixon has been covering Holiday Gadgets in the Princeton area since 2002, and is back to discuss the new devices, and to demonstrate fun and useful portable accessories — especially to extend your mobile devices with wireless connections.

Trends to explore this year include wireless audio to portable headsets and speakers, wireless connections to cameras and TV, wireless access to your data, and wireless tracking so you don’t leave your phone or keys behind.

Plus more on the latest in portable power to keep you charged, cases to protect these indispensable devices, and other fun goodies.

Douglas Dixon is an independent technology consultant, author, and speaker specializing in digital media and portable devices. Previously a product manager and software developer at Intel and Sarnoff in Princeton, he now consults in commercial and military technology analysis and communications, and provides expert witness services.

Over the past decade and a half, Doug also has authored four books on digital media, published hundreds of feature articles, and presented over a hundred seminars and talks. He makes his articles and technical references freely available on his Manifest Technology website and blog at

Khürt Williams

Khürt Williams is Principal for Monkey Hill, LLC, a Skillman, New Jersey based information security governance, risk and compliance consultancy. He's also an avid landscape photographer, and *nix geek.