Much of the interesting drama at CES happens off the floor by firms that aren't directly participating in the show. That was true again this year when Lenovo and Nvidia stood out from their peers by aggressively moving in a variety of directions and showcasing a depth of products that were largely u...
It's the beginning of a new year, and economically we are in a bit of trouble. But some amazing technologies are coming to market this year that I look forward to seeing
Every year I look back at my Product of the Week choices and pick what I think made the most significant impact on my life as the Product of the Year. There were a lot of contenders this year, which I will cover, but I want to lead with why I'm calling out BlackBerry
For those companies that genuinely innovate, CES could be the perfect show to set the bar for the rest of the market and take an undisputed leadership position for 2023
AMD, Nvidia, and Intel are in this highly competitive space, and all three have come to market lately with distinctive strategies, each with unique benefits, risks, and opportunities.
Qualcomm last week announced its Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. The significant improvement is enhanced AI that will operate behind the scenes to improve the user experience significantly on phones
MediaTek's brand is often associated with affordable, budgeted, Android phones. However, the company has made incremental inroads into the more premium, high-performance models. The launch of the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chip is a potent step in that direction
What AMD announced was truly striking and impressive in several ways. It's also a testament to how AMD's return to silicon glory, primarily due to the stewardship of CEO Lisa Su, has turned the company into an execution juggernaut since her arrival in October 2014, only eight years ago
Arm is in trouble primarily because it depended on Nvidia acquiring it to fund its future growth and success. Now it's hungry for revenue. I think we are beginning to see the end of Arm, and it will only have itself to blame
Many of the executive presentations delivered at the OktoberTech event highlighted Infineon's efforts to fight global warming.
Last week, AMD launched its Ryzen 7000 “Zen 4” architecture which appears to outperform Intel’s best in both total performance and performance per watt. But Intel has a new product coming as well, so this battle is far from over
While we are accustomed to new generations of electronics costing about the same as the previous generation, the electronics segment is not immune to inflation. With recent announcements of semiconductor price increases beginning in 2023, consumers should move quickly to lock in lower prices this ba...
Apple’s 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday revealed the company’s latest versions of its mobile and desktop operating systems at the kickoff of its annual week-long virtual high-tech show targeting developers and the Apple consumer experience
Microsoft held its latest Build event last week and I’m pretty sure it caused most of the PC OEMs to freak out. This is because Microsoft announced a new focused workstation for developers called Project Volterra