To give back to computer science education in a small way, I'd like to share my observations about determining the quality of instructional resources. Hopefully, those of you treading a similar path will learn the easy way what I learned the hard way.

Let’s talk about kill switches, lock-in, and how vendors can fall down a rabbit hole of customer abuse and destroy themselves using a strategy like John Deere’s. We’ll close with the product of the week, a cool microphone from an HP subsidiary, HyperX.

I was at Dell Technologies World 2022 last week. Often, I’m not very excited about anything on the showcase floor at events like this, but DTW has been the exception. So, I’m going to tell you what you missed.

With last week’s announcement that the Varjo Reality Cloud had exited beta and is now in full release, we basically have two metaverse camps: Meta’s, which is focused on the consumer and revenue; and the Varjo-Nvidia approach where performance is king and business is the primary focus.

Lack of commonality with home automation offerings remains rampant. Apple, Google, and Amazon have worked at connecting with these different platforms, but the results are less than reliable. Until connected home automation devices will talk to each other, or we have a more dependable way to bridge ...

Let’s talk about why Elon Musk likely got the offer of a board seat from Twitter, why he probably turned it down, and what will happen to his “hostile takeover” attempt.

At one time, the U.S. dominated industries like oil and gas, consumer electronics, automobiles, and trains. Except for Apple clawing back some of one of those markets, control and leadership now belongs to others.

This is the first war in which both sides can bring top-tier cyber capabilities to bear. Intelligence agencies the world over are watching very closely to see just what to plan for should their nations enter a conventional conflict.

Nvidia's GTC conference last week was amazing. What Nvidia does that no other vendor seems to get is use their technology to craft the keynote. Instead of watching a boring talking head, you get to see the benefits of their latest technology used and demonstrated virtually.

Eventually the war in Ukraine will come to an end. The metaverse, AI and large-scale 3D printing could help rebuild and transform a post-war Ukraine into one of the new wonders of the world by using technology being developed to create the first lunar base. Let's talk about how that might happen. We...

Suddenly, a lot of companies are rethinking aggressively global resourcing and divesting manufacturing as bad ideas. The result is some interesting dynamics which should lead to higher prices than before but lower than we have now, coupled with a far stronger supply chain. Let's talk about some of t...

We are in the beginning phases of unanticipated change which will impact and reshape not only the tech industry, but the world. Let's talk about these changes. Then we will close with the product of the week, a new monitor from HP designed for our video conferencing remote-work normal.

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is at risk for doing the right things while CEOs who are behaving badly enjoy incredible financial rewards. It seems like we are rewarding the wrong behavior. Let's talk about that this week, and we'll close with an offering announced last week which focuses on wireless charg...

Jaguar is a company that believes in cars you drive, not cars that drive you. Thus, last week's announcement that Jaguar and Land Rover would adopt Nvidia's full stack of technology for automated driving is fascinating because Jaguar and Land Rover will be using the tech to make driving safer while ...

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