Posts Tagged "Intel"

The world of Tristan Louis

20 Years

Looking back on 20 years of TNL.net

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After mobile: smarter TVs

Looking at what comes after mobile. This week, we look at TVs.

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Below the surface

Where does Microsoft want to go today?

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Windows Phone to beat Android

Why Microsoft could become #2 in the mobile space.

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The Future - next exit

2011 Predictions: The scorecard

A review of my 2011 predictions.

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TVs

Netflix and TV 2.0

Why Netflix getting into the content production game is a very big deal.

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Winkia rising

Why the partnership between Microsoft and Nokia is a major deal in the mobile landscape.

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The Future - next exit

2009 Predictions: Hardware

Where I try to read the tea leaves and divine what new gadgets will be coming this year and the trends they will engender.

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Apple

Apple: Same value, lower price?

I analyze the differences between the old MacBook Pro and the new MacBook, based on Steve Jobs’ announcement that it was the same functionality for $700 less. Sometimes, one has to do the research to discover whether something is true or not.

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Is Techmeme myopic?

I’m a big fan of TechMeme, a web aggregation service that provides, at a glance, a few of what’s being discussed in the technology-focused part of the blogosphere. It has allowed me to unsubscribe from a large number of RSS feeds that were providing me with redundant information and I’ve long hoped for a version of TechMeme that would provide me with a customized view that providing a similar user interface for my own personal feeds. Recently, though, TechMeme has gotten me thinking about the tech blogosphere conversations as a whole and their longer term relevance. To the small “web 2.0″ community, TechMeme serves as a bit of a paper of record; The subhead even claims that it represents the “Tech Web, page A1″, claiming to bring us the important stories. But how do those stories fare over time? Is today’s hot topic a step in understanding a longer term trend or is it just a temporary distraction that will be forgotten a month/3 months/6 months/a year from now. Fortunately, Gabe Rivera, the founder of TechMeme must have anticipated such a question and provided a way to look at TechMeme as it was a particular point in its short history….

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