At CES 2020 Samsung rolled out its new Galaxy Chromebook. Traditionally big for education and light consumer use, does this have commercial potential?
Dell Launches New Latitude at CES, Which Should Be a Commercial Hit
At CES 2020, Dell used the platform to launch a number of new devices including a new 15 inch Latitude 9000, which should be perfect for commercial users.
Intel Provides Big Updates on Project Athena at CES 2020
Intel’s Project Athena, which certifies its definition of ACPCs offered significant announcements at CES 2020, including several new certified designs.
AT&T Jumps to 25 5G Cities With Newly Announced Expansion
5G is heating up in the US and after TMobile recently launched its nationwide low band 5G, AT&T has expanded into seven more US cities.
Broadcom Bailing on RF? A Shift From Buyer to Seller
In a surprising move from its normal acquisition terror, Broadcom is reportedly looking to exit the RF business, which could mean opportunity for Apple.
Apple and Salesforce Use Dreamforce 2019 To Announce Partnership
At Dreamforce 2019, Salesforce and Apple announced the launch of two new applications and a new SDK to bring Salesforce to the next level on iOS.
Made By Google: How the Pixel 4 Launch Went Down
Google launched the Pixel 4 at its annual Made by Google event. Exploring the launch and what it means for Google moving forward.
Microsoft Event: New Surface Duo Headlines An Impressive Launch
Microsoft made a big announcement Wednesday of a new two-screened Android smartphone, the Surface Duo. The device will launch in late 2020, in time for the holiday season. No pricing details were announced yet
Qualcomm Propels 5G With New Snapdragon Announcements at IFA 2019
At IFA 2019 Qualcomm announced a series of important announcements including the launch of 5G support for the 6 and 7 series Snapdragon Platform.
Huawei on 5G: Asia-Pacific is the Early Pace Setter
Huawei’s standing in the nascent worldwide 5G market is solid as it has secured over fifty 5G commercial contracts and shipped over 200,000 Massive MIMO AAUs. The timing of this update is critical as Huawei must contend with mounting geopolitical pressure to exclude its portfolio from a multitude of 5G network build-outs due primarily to national security concerns. Even with geopolitical restrictions and mounting concern over its supply chain stability, Huawei is fulfilling ongoing 5G customer demands.