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    No doubt, mobile grew faster than any other channel during the presidential election. Yet, by many accounts, the decisive demographic in the election turned out to be rural, high school-educated older white males, i.e., those consumers least likely to be on mobile.
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  • CES Packs Press In At Pre-Conference Briefings
    LAS VEGAS -- CES 2017 doesn't officially kick off until this morning, but pre-opening press briefings had packed houses early Wednesday morning as LG, Panasonic and other consumer electronics biggies unveiled or teased new product offerings.
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    If 2016 was a "year of transition" for potentially game-changing consumer technology -- especially VR headsets and digital assistants -- 2017 is projected to be the year they "really take off," Shawn DuBravac asserts in the latest edition of the Consumer Technology Association's "U.S. Consumer Technology Sales and Forecasts," released on the eve of this year's CES conference
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