Much of what you will be hearing about Windows 10 this year will have to do with things that make you safer and your company IT folks happier.
When Apple starts showcasing that the whole “PC is Dead thing” is BS you have to stand up and listen and they certainly caught my attention.
One of the most interesting products I was connected to in the 1990s was the IBM modular computer. It was a brilliant idea it just was badly timed.
AMD’s board can now see the road out of the woods and wants the company to drive more quickly to get there.
The OpenPOWER Foundation effectively moves from a proof of concept to a power in the industry, thanks to the joint efforts of IBM and NVDIA showcased by this joint announcement.
As is typical with Microsoft’s product cadence, the company has listened with Windows 10, and it addresses virtually all of the downsides of Windows 8.
Nvidia has stepped its game up with the upgraded Shield Tablet – and the low latency Wi-Fi controller is very impressive too.
For Apple design, weight, and thin are high priorities which tends to result in phones that are very attractive but also fragile. For Blackberry battery life, security, and practicality are key.
At Uplinq, Qualcomm showed that it wants to change the world, from streaming music and video that’s accessible everywhere, through to robots and superhero doctors.