Qualcomm’s investor day unveiled the company’s new positioning around edge devices, a strategy which allows them to repurpose existing products for a much wider array of customers.
Edge Computing could be a sizable market for some companies. However, it does not need fancy new technologies or hardware so much as it needs solutions tailored to specific use cases and industries.
Anarchy in the OS – Revisited – The way we think of computers has changed. The days of compatibility and common operating systems are over. Low cost hardware and bandwidth will fragment the way we think of computers until they largely disappear.
We published our latest newsletter today with our thoughts on CES 2020. The excerpt below is the front page of that note. Please drop us a line if you would […]
There is a lot of discussion lately about “Edge Data Centers”. It is one of those topics that crosses all sorts of boundaries and pops up in conversation in a […]
We want to revisit a post we wrote a few years back that proposed a better framework for discussing Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), Mixed Reality (MR) and all […]
Digital Realities A big area of interest for me going into the show was Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, something I have taken to calling the Digital Multi-verse. As I […]
VR and AR share a goal of inserting a layer of digital information between the real world and users’ brains. A clearer distinction is to gauge how much a system seeks to shut out the real world, and to measure the balance between real world imagery and wholly digital imagery.
I had an interesting e-mail exchange with an old friend recently on the topic of Virtual Reality. That forced me to forced me to clarify my thinking on the subject, […]