Arm is in trouble primarily because it depended on Nvidia acquiring it to fund its future growth and success. Now it's hungry for revenue. I think we are beginning to see the end of Arm, and it will only have itself to blame.
Let's explore the unique security dynamic between Ukraine and BlackBerry this week because it should reaffirm BlackBerry as the go-to company for cybersecurity. Then we'll close with my product of the week, my new favorite laptop, the incredibly unique Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 dual-screen laptop.
The problem with TNG's holodeck technology didn't come to me while watching the show. It came to me while watching the keynotes from Lenovo's virtual Tech World event last week.
Musk, whose Tesla and Hyperloop efforts benefit from the world's focus on sustainability, appears to be anti-sustainability, while Michael Dell, where ESG isn't a natural sales driver for his company, is all in on preserving the planet.
Will this be the deal that breaks Elon Musk? Let's talk about the good and bad with this Musk/Twitter deal. On one hand, it could save Twitter. However, it's more likely to begin a cascading failure across all of Musk's firms.
It pays to know these Unix basics considering there is often a Unix/Unix-like OS somewhere in the abstraction hierarchy. If that layer is unsound, the whole edifice risks collapse.
At Intel’s Mobileye facility in Israel I saw a future that suggests that a combination of electric cars and autonomous driving will lead to a far better personal transportation future. Let’s talk about that this week.
I bought Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet 5 for an attractive price from a major national electronics store. In hindsight, that was a purchase I wish I could undo.
Let’s look at how Nvidia and Disney can, and should, showcase their strengths at the forefront of the metaverse. Then we’ll close with the product of the week: the HP Elite Dragonfly G3 laptop.