The DigitalLife consumer technology event scheduled for the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York has been postponed, according to sources, including exhibitors.
The event was to run Sept. 25-28, but has now been taken off the calendar, according to sources.
According to its Web site, the DigitalLife show was expected to draw 60,000 “tech enthusiasts” and 1,500 members of the press.
However, such figures might have been overly optimistic given the types of small vendors who were present at a DigitalLife press preview held earlier this summer at the Roosevelt Hotel. Many of the big names in consumer electronics and personal computing were not present at the press preview.
As of Tuesday evening, the DigitalLife Web site was still selling tickets and inviting exhibitors to participate.
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