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Sensible Tech Advice for Back to School

We're coming up on another school year, so it's about time to start shopping for supplies. Let’s talk about some tech-related considerations. Then we’ll close with the product of the week, a new vacuum from LG.


How To Fix the Autonomous Electric Car Demand Problem

The automotive market is moving rapidly to make and sell autonomous vehicles, but studies suggest that two out of three drivers don't want them. Let's talk about what the industry is doing wrong with its positioning of autonomous electric cars. Then we'll close with the product of the week, an impre...


4 Industries on the Brink of Technological Disruption

This decade is going to be known for both an unprecedented amount of change and a lot of companies and people suddenly discovering that the road they were on dead-ended. Let's talk about a some of these upcoming disruptions. Then we'll close with the product of the week, a head-mounted display that ...

The Coolest Stuff From CES 2022

It was an amazing CES this year. Although it was unsafe for me to travel to the show, much of the event is streamed and I saw a number of sensational products. Let's cover those this week -- and we'll close with my product of the week, which appropriately enough is my favorite product from CES 2022.


CES 2022 Predictions

CES is the biggest consumer electronics show in the U.S., and it has historically been a wonderful place to see what is coming up for the new year. So, let's talk about what I expect to appear at CES. Then we'll close with my first product of the week for 2022: Dell's Concept Luna, the first truly s...


When the Metaverse Comes to Life

The Metaverse and tools like Nvidia's Omniverse will not only have a massive impact on lower-cost and far better movie graphics, but also our ability to translate what is in our imaginations to real-world events and lay a stronger foundation for everything; from more-realistic games to digital immor...


The Tech Industry 2021 Product of the Year

Typically, at the end of the year, I try to pick a product that impressed me the most or one I found that I could not live without. This year, however, I am going to pick the product that either most mitigated the problems we have or the one that entered the market and drove a technology wave. Let's...


Tesla Smartphone Could Be a Game Changer

One recent rumor that Elon Musk has been emphasizing is the creation of a Tesla phone with a unique feature set. This makes a lot of sense given where Tesla is going, particularly as a hedge against Apple's rumored electric car. Let's explore the potential for a Tesla phone this week. Then we'll clo...


Snapdragon 8 Suggests the End of PCs and Smartphones as We Know Them

OK, don't get excited, the death of PCs and smartphones won't happen tomorrow. Nor did Qualcomm overtly declare their demise at the company's annual Snapdragon Tech Summit last week. However, it did announce a level of performance that will eventually make current smartphone and PC designs obsolete.

5 Terrific Tech Gift Ideas for Your Holiday Shopping List

It is my tradition to write a piece on tech gift ideas every year, though I wonder how many of you have completed your shopping given the logistics problems that the market is experiencing. A piece of advice: if you find something in stock you want to buy, buy it -- otherwise it may vanish in moment...


Qualcomm and How the Market Is Pivoting From Processor Power to Modem Power

Most of the cameras and sensors rolling out en masse are not mobile. Still, they're not wired, which means Qualcomm's market-leading connectivity technology is becoming more critical than the processors in these devices which increasingly use cloud processing power. Let's talk about this trend and w...


Nvidia Launches Earth 2 and Goes to War Against Climate Change

Nvidia is building a focused supercomputer tasked with creating Earth 2, a full-on global 3D metaverse simulation of the Earth to predict climate change more accurately. Let's talk about Earth 2 this week. We'll then close with the product of the week, a new workstation service from HP that potenti...


Why Microsoft Again Became the World’s Most Valuable Company

Microsoft on Oct. 29 once again surpassed Apple to take the top spot as the most valuable publicly traded company in the world. This week let's talk about why Microsoft is so well balanced and deserving of the top honors. Then we'll close with the product of the week, the AMD Radeon RX 6600 graphics...


How Qualcomm Can Seize the Smartwatch Market From Apple

Qualcomm, which owns the dominant hardware platform for non-Apple smartwatches, has articulated a plan to replace the Apple Watch at the top of the smartwatch segment. Let's talk about the Apple vs. Qualcomm smartwatch war for 2022. Then we'll close with the product of the week -- a new printer from...


Google vs. Apple Smartphones: Similar Capabilities, Polar Opposites in Strategic Execution

Apple's strategy is all about status and making you stand out as an Apple user, while Google's strategy is more about features and what you can do with its phones. In effect, Apple is more about form, appearance, and ease of use, while Google is more about function. Let's contrast Apple and Google s...


From Windows 95 to Windows 11: A Matter of Perspective

Microsoft has learned a great deal and changed its personality and focus since Windows 95 debuted, and Windows 11 showcases those changes. Let's talk about Windows 11 this week. Then we'll close with the product of the week, the Surface Laptop Studio, which is arguably the most Apple-focused product...


Imagining the Future Smart City

At the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerate 2021 event last week they talked about the advantages that those living in a smart city would enjoy. Smart cities are coming, though I agree with Qualcomm that most will likely be done poorly and need to be redone due to the lack of city and state expertise in...


Microsoft Finally Has Truly Competitive Alternatives to Apple Products

Microsoft last week launched its new Surface line, and elements of it better target Apple's weaknesses than any prior effort. Let's talk about the new Surface PC product that best showcases how Microsoft can compete with Apple. We'll close with the product of the week, the Surface Duo 2, which has ...


Will Mistrust Jeopardize the Survival of Facebook?

Trust in sources that we depend on for business and personal decisions is critical. A platform that aggregates opinion and news should be held to the highest standard of trust and honesty. Last week we heard that Facebook's moderating system XCheck gives special privileges to some celebrities and po...


Lenovo Steps Forward With a Vision To Redefine Personal Computing

Last week at Lenovo Tech World 2021, the company announced a vision for a wearable solution that could not only transform how we work, but where we work. Let's talk about this new wave that Lenovo is driving. Then we'll close with my product of the week, the new ThinkReality A3 Smart Glasses.

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