Tech Analyst Mark Vena shares insights on five pivotal tech trends that are set to reshape the technology industry in 2024.
As 2024 fast approaches, it’s time to name my Product of the Year. Let’s start with the contenders that did not make it to the top of my list, and I’ll conclude with the one product that did.
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Just when it looked like a competitor was going to outflank Apple in the processor wars, the Cupertino, Calif. company raised the bar once again with its new M3 chip series.
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.
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.
New research reveals that disorganization, not cost, is the key driver behind improper IT hardware disposal, exacerbating the growing e-waste crisis.
Exploring the landscape of Linux desktop security, Jonathan Terrasi delves into the vulnerabilities of IoT devices, the focus on Linux servers for attacks, and why Linux remains a more secure albeit less popular operating system.