Intel 2.0’s Customer Dilemma – If Intel can sort out its manufacturing process, if it can find the funds it needs, if it can build up a true customer service capability, and if can do all this in under three years, then IFS may be viable.
The Gaming Internet – Why so Laggy? Early (hard to reverse) engineering choices and basic geography often underpin poor game networking conditions.
Google closing Stadia Studios is not entirely surprising but it serves as a good place for us to take a closer look at the Gaming Internet.
Late in December, Cisco announced that it would acquire Luxtera a maker of silicon photonics parts. Luxtera is a cool company. They make ‘silicon photonics’, networking gear that combines the […]
Last week I saw an interesting post on Venture Beat about Acer Launching an Electric All-Terrain Vehicle. This struck a chord because Taiwan-based Acer is a manufacturer of PCs and other […]
Yesterday the big news was Google acquiring Nest Labs, maker of the Nest Thermostat. There are a lot of interpretations of this move. I tend to be a bit more […]
There must be a metric that defines the ratio of how important something is compared to how obscure it is. If this ratio is not named yet, I am claiming […]
HTC is reportedly working on a new operating system (OS), one that is specifically tailored to a Chinese audience. This is a smart strategic move for them, software is they […]
I have been thinking a lot about transportation recently. This is not really my field, but I’ve been travelling a lot, so it’s on my mind. I’ll spare you a […]
Google opened their I/O Developer Conference today. In the keynote they called out a bunch of statistics at their I/O Developer Conference today – “900 million activations to date”, “1 […]