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Rob Enderle
The Ironic Weirdness of Apple and Intel vs. Qualcomm
01/29/18 10:48 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1865 Words

However, the most fascinating and screwy thing I am currently watching is the litigation involving Apple and Intel vs. Qualcomm. It kind of took a Twilight Zone spin last week as the EU charged Qualcomm for something Intel was famous for --...

John P. Mello Jr.
Intel's Smart Peepers Look Smart, Too
02/06/18 12:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 940 Words

The Intel prototype did not have a microphone, noted Verge's Bohn, but he speculated that future models may have one that would enable them to interact with artificial intelligence software like Amazon's Alexa, Google's Assistant or Apple's Siri.

Intel will...

Rob Enderle
Amazon's Soaring Healthcare Ambition: The Promise and the Problem
02/05/18 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1454 Words

I think the Moto Z concept is better idea than the iPhone X concept -- not only for users but also for Apple. One big reason is that it's a ton cheaper at around US$750. (I found refurbished versions for as...

Peter Suciu
FDA Gives Nod to Apple Watch EKG Reader Accessory
12/01/17 12:59 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 750 Words

The device is the first FDA-cleared personal electrocardiogram (EKG) accessory designed for use with an Apple Watch . The KardiaBand allows users to take EKG readings in order to distinguish between normal sinus heart rhythms and atrial fibrillation (A-fib), the most common type...

Peter Suciu
Tech to Watch in 2018: Cryptocurrency, AI, Wearables
01/02/18 1:55 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1499 Words

Cryptocurrency could be among the big trends to watch in 2018.

"We now have something like 1,200 different [digital currency] products out there, and more every day," said Jim Purtilo, associate professor in the computer science department at the University of Maryland...

David Jones
Intel, Microsoft, Google Scramble for Solutions as Patches Slow Systems
01/12/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 775 Words

Apple released updates for iOS, macOS High Sierra, and Safari on Sierra and El Capitan, noting the issue relates to all modern processors and affects nearly all computers and operating systems.

However there have been no reported compromises of customer data,...

Rob Enderle
CES 2018: Spare Human Bodies, a $54K HTC Simulator and Intel's People-Chopping Cuisinart
01/15/18 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1929 Words

Dell Embarrasses Apple
I'll start with Dell and what for me was one of the funniest announcements. You see, I've been arguing that companies that have both phones and PCs, like Apple and Samsung , should have a "better together"...

Jeff Kagan
Which Is Best for You: iPhone 8, iPhone X or Galaxy S8?
11/20/17 3:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 917 Words

I've lately been asked which of three new flagship phones is better: Apple's iPhone 8, its iPhone X, or Samsung's new Galaxy S8, which runs Google Android? Smartphones have gone through some remarkable changes over the years. How do you determine which...

Rob Enderle
Ready Player One and the Troubled Future of VR
12/25/17 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 738 Words

Customer Centric
One of the fascinating things about the current market is that Apple, which remains the most highly valued company in its class, is the only consumer firm that is customer-focused. How you can tell the difference is...

Kristen Hanich
Top 5 Data-Driven Mobile Services for a Competitive Edge
01/12/18 12:37 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 870 Words

Eighty-two percent of Twitter users watch video content, and 90 percent of Twitter video views take place on a mobile screen, according to recent research .

Video calling and voice chat can drive heavier adoption of data while reducing reliance on legacy...

David Jones
Google Assistant Makes CES Splash
01/10/18 3:50 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 700 Words

Apple last year announced plans to launch a high-end HomePod speaker, but it mysteriously delayed the launch.

Google Assistant -- the artificial intelligence software that powers Google Home -- has expanded to more than 400 million different devices worldwide, according to...

Richard Adhikari
Google Reveals What Searchers Wanted in 2017
12/14/17 10:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 617 Words

Still, the AR headset, which is compatible with some iPhones and Android phones, "is selling very well and will go through updates -- so watch it for next year," Enderle predicted.

The Bitcoin Boom
"Bitcoin has been hyped tremendously...

Chris Maxcer
The Last Apple Watch Review You'll Ever Need to Read
05/08/15 9:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2132 Words

... you're thinking about getting an Apple Watch and have been on the fence, this review is for you. Why? The Apple Watch, it turns out, is less about being the perfect smartwatch than it is about being a watch. For the fence...

Chris Maxcer
The Key to Apple Watch Success: Getting Enough Right the First Time
07/28/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1966 Words

... still find wry joy in all the "Apple Watch Tanks" headlines from early July. There are some great gems, like "Apple Watch is a FLOP: Sales of the gadget have fallen by 90 percent since April, report claims" or "Analyst: Apple Watch...

Chris Maxcer
The Apple Watch Mystery Won't Be Solved March 9
02/27/15 11:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1469 Words

... fog shrouding Apple's first major new product entry since the iPad -- the Apple Watch -- won't be lifted on March 9 when Apple is widely expected to tell us more about its forthcoming Apple Watch release. Apple's invite to its...

Chris Maxcer
Reality Check: Should We Buy an Apple Watch for Its Potential?
04/10/15 12:44 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1344 Words

... there are so many Apple-loving fanatics who are hopelessly addicted to their iPhones, the first wave of Apple Watch sales won't give us a reliable indicator as to whether it is a real success... or not so much. Because we're talking about...

Chris Maxcer
Get Ready - It's About to Be Apple Watch All the Time
03/07/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 799 Words

... Apple Watch -- which represents Apple's first major new device category in more than four years -- is about to be unleashed upon the world -- no doubt shortly after Apple reveals pricing and availability details at its special media event Monday.

Chris Maxcer
The One Apple Watch Thing That Really Matters
10/03/14 7:07 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1222 Words

... the cellphone, with its constantly updated and accurate clock, nearly killed the wristwatch, the Apple Watch gizmo actually will revive it. In fact, I think the attention that the Apple Watch will bring to our wrists will spark sales of traditional watches.

Chris Maxcer
Take Your Apple Watch Face and Love It!
04/23/15 3:04 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 904 Words

... Apple is known for fantastic product design, it's not known for customization. For instance, the first iPhone hit the world nearly eight years ago, and yet our "customizable" home screen options are limited to the organization of app icons and some wallpaper...

Chris Maxcer
The Apple Watch as Bullsh*t Filter? We Can Only Hope
04/03/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1169 Words

... "iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch," Wired's David Pierce doesn't reveal any serious secrets -- because Apple never does -- but he does illuminate the early days of the Apple Watch, centering on an interview with Kevin Lynch, Apple's...

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If the FAA approved the use of autonomous drones as passenger "air taxis" for short commutes, how interested would you be in riding in them?
Very -- too much of my life is wasted in clogged traffic.
Not interested -- even if they were safe, they would be ridiculously expensive.
I'm looking forward to them -- smart machines will save human lives.
I'm skeptical -- but if they proved reasonably safe, I'd get on board.
I'd use them -- human pilots could take over remotely if necessary.
No way -- I would want a human on board to take over in an emergency.