Tuesday, May 18, 2021

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Lenovo’s David Roman Steps Down

Around the beginning of June, I got a sad note that David Roman would be retiring from Lenovo. He...

The Clipper Race and the Return of Rugged Computers

I was in New York this week to check out the Clipper Race for Your Life event. This race...

IBM Summit: The US’s Best Chance to Retake Supercomputer Crown

With the promise of a 10x performance jump over earlier systems, the IBM Summit — built around Power9, NVIDIA,...

IBM Adds to Asimov’s 3 Laws of Robotics: Is Collaboration The 4th Law?

For decades we’ve had Isaac Asimov’s three laws of robotics but really haven’t needed them. These laws anticipated the...

Build 2018: How Different Microsoft Has Become

For those that develop hardware and software using Microsoft platforms, the Microsoft Build conference is a must-attend event. This...

Adobe, NVIDIA Redefine Reality with Sensei, RTX

Technology is moving incredibly quickly at the moment. This was very obvious at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this...

IBM Think: Showcasing A Company Designed to Evolve

IBM is one of a small handful of U.S. companies that have survived more than 100 years. In fact,...

Cisco: Blending Social Responsibility with Long-Term Business Growth

I’ve been struck by how the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil ended up damaging the country. The venues are...

Oracle’s Cloud: Perception vs. Reality

Oracle announced an impressive cloud computing initiative this week; it was very nicely packaged. But the company initially did...

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