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January 18, 2022 / Olivier Blanchard

Could Intel, Nvidia and Qualcomm’s Radically Different Automotive Strategies Create Opportunities for OEMs But Pain Points For Consumers?

I recently wrote about the automotive sector being the new competitive battleground for semiconductor companies, and announcements from three key chipmakers – Intel, Nvidia and Qualcomm – at CES earlier this month highlighted the extent to which that competition is heating up across four specific vectors: the electrification of vehicles (EVs), autonomous driving and semi-autonomous…

January 7, 2022 / Ben Bajarin

CES 2022 Key Trends Setting the Stage for 2022 and Beyond

CES 2022 has come to a close, and while many of us participated virtually, there was still a lot of news to take in. Like past years, there were some main themes that dominated the flow of announcements as all the major tech players set their sights on growing their business by expanding their offerings…

January 7, 2022 / Ben Bajarin

Semiconductor Trends From CES

This year at CES, many of the dominant semiconductor companies, including four in my Silicon Big 5 list, showcased their latest solutions for 2022. When it came to core computing devices, both AMD and Intel showcased their latest chips for notebooks and desktops. But, what I found most fascinating from both these companies was a…

January 7, 2022 / Olivier Blanchard

CES 2022: The Automotive Sector Is The New Battleground for Intel, NVIDIA and Qualcomm

Whether you attend CES in person or virtually, it is easy to become overwhelmed with the sheer volume of announcements, gadgets, innovations and products on display at the annual Vegas show. Even with a plan, it’s a lot to take in in such a short timeframe, let alone process, but having a plan helps somewhat.…

January 7, 2022 / Carolina Milanesi

CES 2022: The PCs Showcase Aims at Maintaining PC momentum

CES has been traditionally a sound stage for PC manufacturers to showcase what is coming to market for the first 6 to 9 months of the year ahead. However, as the show has broadened its scope and PCs lost their shine over the past few years, fighting for attention was much more difficult. This year,…

December 15, 2021 / Ben Bajarin

The Necessity of Device Repairability

There are now more than a few examples of device repairability announcements to declare hardware repairability in specific categories a full-scale trend. Despite legislation like the Right to Repair Act, many companies have been moving toward device repairability for many years now. The two main categories this trend will move forward with are smartphones and…

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