SCI FI CHANNEL'S NEW TECH BLOG 'DVICE' TOPS 1 MILLION UNIQUE VISITS IN ITS VERY FIRST MONTH
Readers Name Nintendo Wii Best Gadget of 2007
Site Geared Up For Extensive CES Coverage
New York, NY � January 4, 2008 � In its first full month of existence DVICE , SCI FI Channel's new Website for the gadget and tech-obsessed, had an amazing bow with traffic already topping 1 million unique visitors (1,043,814). During their visits, thousand of readers cast their votes in DVICE's Best Gadget of 2007 sweepstakes and have crowned the Nintendo Wii the top tech toy of last year.
DVICE editors reviewed, tested and selected the 30 must-have tech toys of 2007. The top 5 vote getters as selected by readers are:
1st Place Nintendo Wii
2nd Place Apple iPhone
3rd Place Nikon D40 digital SLR Camera
4th Place Sony PlayStation
5th Place Apple iPod Touch
Now with an eye sharply focused on the gadgets of 2008 and beyond, DVICE's team of reporters and DVICE TV's Vanessa Rae will provide extensive coverage from CES, the world's premier consumer electronics show. From Sunday January 5 through Thursday, January 10, DVICE will feature the best, weirdest, sexiest and most expensive electronic offerings on the show floor. DVICE TV host Vanessa Rae will take viewers to the show floor with streamed broadband segments that show the products in action. Visit www.dvice.com for entertaining daily reports on the coming year's "gotta have" gadgets
On Monday, January 7th at 12:00PM, DVICE will sponsor a CES panel discussion on the influence of science fiction on technology (Session HLE17 / LVCC North Hall / Room N256). Moderated by SCI FI Channel Executive Vice President and General Manager Dave Howe, the panelists include the Wall Street Journal's personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg, actress Lucy Lawless (Xena, Warrior Princess and Battlestar Galactica), Segway inventor Dean Kamen and author Neal Stephenson (Snow Crash).
For more information visit http://www.cesweb.org/attendees/conferences/search/session_detail.asp
DVICE is a division of SCIFI.COM and the SCI FI Channel, the television network where "what if" is what's on. SCI FI fuels the imagination of viewers with original series and events, blockbuster movies and classic science fiction and fantasy programming, as well as a dynamic Web site (www.scifi.com ) and magazine. Launched in 1992, and currently in 93 million homes, SCI FI Channel is a network of NBC Universal, one of the world's leading media and entertainment companies.