The end of the year is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to do the analyst thing and look ahead to the changes, trends, and anticipated disruptive products we are likely to see next year.
Copilot technology was still in its infancy only eight months ago. Last week, it went to general availability at top enterprises, and now 70% of users indicate they don’t want to work without this capability.
Elon Musk's Grok AI promises a blend of humor and disruption in conversational AI. Let's discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of this innovative yet unproven technology.
Let’s explore the factors consumers and business users face when choosing a PC or Mac -- and how Arm versions of Windows and Apple Silicon impact these decisions.
As industry leaders in chip manufacturing vie for supremacy, there's mounting speculation that the capabilities of smartphones might soon rival the traditional dominance of laptops. Let's look at the key contenders and their strategies in this shifting tech landscape.
This year’s Qualcomm event was all about AI, and it promised not only to revolutionize smartphones and PCs but also to create a level of interoperability that has been promised for years but never delivered.
The technology market is defined by companies that take significant risks and execute against nearly impossible odds. Let’s talk about how Lenovo is taking chances and winning market share.
While navigating challenges in their respective markets, HP and Qualcomm have demonstrated a sustained commitment to innovation as a strategy for long-term growth.
I’ve been playing with the new Meta Quest 3 headset for the last several days, and I’m impressed. Let’s talk about what Meta Quest 3 got right, what it will need to improve, and what a killer app or game for this device might look like.
What HP presented should leapfrog the company ahead of its competitors over the next several years as we deal with the fallout of the hybrid workplace and the difficulties in managing and equipping a dispersed workforce.
With the capabilities of generative AI, particularly in conversation, what Microsoft is doing with Copilot could have been much more. It could have blown past existing voice assistants like Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon Alexa to be truly amazing. That’s just a bit sad.
I believe we are in the end days of the traditional PC and that it is due to evolve or be replaced by a smartphone derivative. Gelsinger is clearly on the “evolve” path as he discussed a very aggressive cadence for the next several generations of AI-enhanced PCs and servers.
Apple's "Wonderlust" launch event was an example of how virtual launches should be done, and it was brilliantly executed. I'm not and likely never will be an Apple fan, but I like to call things as I see them. Last week's presentation raised the bar for how to execute events like this.
Apple's latest announcements, featuring the new iPhone 15 lineup and Apple Watch Series 9, elevate the art of the "intelligent refresh," combining innovative design with next-gen technology.