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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…

November 10, 2021 / Ben Bajarin

The Silicon Big Five

There has been an overwhelming focus on the so-called tech giants aptly named FAANG. With Facebook rebranding to Meta, this will be reorganized, but the acronym is for Facebook/Meta, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google.  The common thought was this group consisted of the tech companies driving the tech industry from an economic, platform, and leadership…

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