Almost every major tech company is experiencing a round of layoffs, even though most are making good profits. Many people have never seen vast layoffs like this, so the honest question is, why is this happening?
What if you could buy a view and place it in any home? That is LiquidView’s proposition -- a stunning digital view placed in any home, regardless of location
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...
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
‘Tis the giving season when it’s also fun to imagine things that, at least from a distance, look like they’d be cool to have for yourself
I’ll break down each gift by cost for this guide, but the overall theme will be things that people will look at and recall you kindly when they do
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.
This week, I'll share some tips on how to survive traveling over the holidays. We'll close with my product of the week: my favorite suitcase from Solgaard, which is like a rolling dresser
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
Let's explore the unique security dynamic between Ukraine and BlackBerry this week because it should reaffirm BlackBerry as the go-to company for cybersecurity. Then we'll close with my product of the week, my new favorite laptop, the incredibly unique Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 dual-screen laptop
The problem with TNG's holodeck technology didn't come to me while watching the show. It came to me while watching the keynotes from Lenovo's virtual Tech World event last week
Musk, whose Tesla and Hyperloop efforts benefit from the world's focus on sustainability, appears to be anti-sustainability, while Michael Dell, where ESG isn't a natural sales driver for his company, is all in on preserving the planet
Will this be the deal that breaks Elon Musk? Let's talk about the good and bad with this Musk/Twitter deal. On one hand, it could save Twitter. However, it's more likely to begin a cascading failure across all of Musk's firms
At Intel’s Mobileye facility in Israel I saw a future that suggests that a combination of electric cars and autonomous driving will lead to a far better personal transportation future. Let’s talk about that this week