17 Jan2019 RESEARCH PAPER: The Journey To AI-Enabled SAAS

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Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact practically every application in every industry in the coming few years. Modern applications are increasingly delivered as cloud-based services and as a result, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud-based application vendors can now deliver the competitive benefits of AI to their customers. Click on the logo to download […]

16 Jan2019 NVIDIA Resets The Self-Driving Bar Again With AutoPilot Supporting ‘Level 2+’

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Last week I attended CES 2019 in Las Vegas and took in all the consumer electronics news I possibly could, from all the leading companies in the consumer electronics, software and semiconductor sectors. I am in what some would call the “recovery phase” of CES. Days started at 6AM and ended around midnight in the […]

16 Jan2019 If The FTC Case Against Qualcomm Seems Like a Clown Show Right Now, It’s Because It Started That Way

If you haven’t been following the FTC versus Qualcomm case and are in tech, you probably should. What’s likely at stake are future inventors’ rights to monetize their inventions, the U.S. government becoming an IP price fixer, U.S. 5G competitiveness and in related industries like self-driving cars and smart cities and potentially national security. If […]

15 Jan2019 Verizon, John Deere Bet Big On 5G At CES 2019

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I had the opportunity to attend CES 2019 in Las Vegas last week. Once relegated to consumer gadgets, the massive technology tradeshow showcased the latest in displays, computing, smart appliances, drones, and automotive technology, and much more. The event attracted close to 200,000 attendees, and 4,500 companies around the globe. I arrived at the conference […]

15 Jan2019 AMD Surprises At CES 2019

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I spent last week in Las Vegas covering all the consumer electronics news from CES 2019. The annual conference represents an opportunity for companies both big and small to dazzle press and analysts like myself. The last time that AMD took the big stage in Las Vegas was back in 2002, when then-CEO Hector Ruiz […]

10 Jan2019 Initial CES 2019 Observations: Patrick Moorhead

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I spent the week in Las Vegas and wanted to share with you my initial CES 2019 observations: What happened: Intelligence: Amazon Alexa dominated the show with its services and partners while Google tried really hard to catch up with Amazon, even going so far as to build a roller coaster ride to get attention. […]

10 Jan2019 Qualcomm Expands Presence In The Automotive Market At CES 2019

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This week I’m attending CES 2019 in Las Vegas. All eyes in the tech industry are on the annual show for all things consumer electronics, where everyone from startups to industry stalwarts showcase their latest and greatest technologies. Qualcomm is on full throttle right now—last month it announced the new Snapdragon 855 mobile platform—the first […]

10 Jan2019 Dell Continues To Impress At CES 2019

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This week I’ve been hard at work covering all the news and announcements from CES 2019 that I humanly can. There’s plenty to chew on from companies large and small, but one company that I always follow with rapt attention is Dell Technologies. It’s been in the news lately with its DVMT conversion plan (read […]

10 Jan2019 HP Goes Big On Displays At CES 2019

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This week I’m in Las Vegas attending CES 2019. The annual consumer electronics conference is a virtual who’s who of consumer tech, with most companies seizing the opportunity to announce flashy new products for the new year. Industry stalwart HP Inc., the #1 unit share PC manufacturer, kicked off the conference with a slate of new products geared towards […]

10 Jan2019 Moor Insights & Strategy Analyst Coverage At CES 2019

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Columns/Reports: Dell’s Service AI Integration: A Hidden Gem At CES 2019, by Patrick Moorhead Lenovo Boosts Legion Gaming Line At CES 2019, by Anshel Sag Amazon Extends Its Smart Home Lead Over Google With Keyless Options At CES 2019, by Patrick Moorhead Intel Demonstrates New Technology And Fab Progress At CES 2019, by Patrick Moorhead […]

09 Jan2019 Synaptics Announces ML-Accelerated, Far-Field Voice SoCs For The Smart Home Segment At CES 2019

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CES 2019 kicks off this week in Las Vegas, and with it comes the yearly deluge of consumer electronics-related announcements. I wanted to lead off my coverage at the event talking about Synaptics—the “human interface solutions company” formerly known by many in the industry as “the touchpad company,” who continues to push further into mobile […]

09 Jan2019 Consumer ‘Smart Home’ Technology Predictions For 2019

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The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is the premier consumer electronics event, where companies big and small get a chance to showcase their new technologies. It always provides a strong glimpse of where the industry is going, and as such, is a must-attend for analysts like myself. On the eve of the show, […]

07 Jan2019 HP Inc. Takes OMEN To New Heights At CES 2019

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HP Inc. made a lot of big announcements at CES 2019, including some long-awaited OMEN products. HP  has done quite a good job of rebooting the OMEN gaming brand over the last few years and growing its overall gaming business around the brand. With the growth of PC gaming and the success of eSports, every major PC manufacturer […]

06 Jan2019 ON Semiconductor Unveils Automated Developer Tool Ahead Of CES 2019

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If you follow my writing on Forbes, you know I’ve been tracking ON Semiconductor much more closely this past year. The company, through acquisitions and organic growth, has become a much more relevant company for me to track. I’ve written on the company’s inroads in the automotive and self-driving car space (you can read here and here), and […]

04 Jan2019 Ringing In The New Year With More Great Smart Home Products

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There was an impressive cavalcade of smart home products in 2018, and I suspect 2019 will be no different. On the eve of CES 2019, here’s another group of unique, useful smart home products that caught my eye. Motiv—not your typical smart fitness tracker One very cool digital fitness solution that I believe will appeal […]

04 Jan2019 Location-Based VR: The Next Phase Of Immersive Entertainment

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Whenever there’s a new platform, the technology industry falls over itself looking for the ‘killer app.’ With the rapid innovation and investment in the VR industry, there are a lot of people looking for their opportunity to enter the market before it hits the mainstream. While there’s widespread agreement that VR is still quite a […]

30 Dec2018 Where Does XR Go From Here?

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2018 has been an interesting year for the XR industry. While many people try to separate the fates of VR and AR, those that work in the industry know these devices will inevitably merge into XR devices capable of both. AR and VR would struggle if they both tried to convince consumers about either or […]

19 Dec2018 Plume And OpenSync Initiative Swing For The Fences

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You can’t say that Plume is resting on its laurels. The Palo Alto-based company jumped onto the scene last year with its innovative Adaptive Home Wi-Fi platform, which provides “smart” mesh networking capability in domiciles of all sizes, using “pods” that can be conveniently plugged into AC outlets throughout the home. In a nutshell, Plume’s solution […]

18 Dec2018 RESEARCH PAPER: OpenSync Initiative Envisions Cloud-Managed Modern Services

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The home network, the role of internet service providers (ISPs), and consumers themselves have evolved and changed enormously over the past 25 years. At the dawn of the Internet age, broadband access was typically hardwired to a single point in a home, near a desktop PC and cable modem. Other PCs or notebooks in the […]

17 Dec2018 Robotics And Smart Cities Just Got A Lot More Real With NVIDIA Jetson Xavier Edge Compute Module

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Last week I attended NVIDIA’s Jetson Developer Meetup at the company’s headquarters in Santa Clara, CA. There may have been more cool devices per square foot at the event than I’ve seen in a long time—self-flying cameras, food delivery robots, driverless farming, mapping robots, non-invasive people and traffic checkers, and more. At the event, NVIDIA […]