Our big tech firms have been pushing the boundaries of augmented reality and intelligent assistants, working to create a mixed reality where both real and computer-generated views co-exist with globe-spanning artificial intelligence. David Gewirtz imagines the future of artificial reality, along with the disturbing potential consequences.
The x86 architecture dominated computing in 90s and aughts, but ARM has won the mobile market. Now another market, AI, is about to escape Intel's grasp as well. A decade from now, x86 will be a niche architecture for legacy apps. Here's why.
A backpack is an essential part of my daily bike and train commute with riding and walking in inclement weather a common condition. My valuable mobile tech needs protection from rain, wind, and snow with The Rhake: VX serving as a perfect companion for the last two months.
How annoying are Windows 10's automatic updates? In a new study, a group of UK researchers report that users of Home edition experience unexpected restarts and inconsistent installation times, caused by inappropriate defaults and inadequate notice of pending updates.
Shail Khiyara, CXO of UIPath writes of something that is different and interesting and important for marketers and pretty much everyone to understand in the 21st Century: Taking chances, innovating, showing some courage in how you address the marketplace.
The new capabilities of HoloLens 2 reinforce Microsoft's leadership position in a pillar of computing's future. The company's steadfast focus on enterprise productivity, though, may leave it vulnerable as mixed reality becomes more mainstream.
As high-end smartphones trend towards having 1TB of built-in storage, high capacity and high speed storage cards give those looking for cheaper handsets a good way to bump up storage capacity without loosing out too much on speed.
Transformation, re-thinking business models, and changing culture are complex, especially in a large organization. Learn how one of the world's largest infrastructure suppliers brought on a Chief Digital Officer to drive change across the organization.
What if machine learning applications on the edge were possible, pushing the limits of size and energy efficiency? GreenWaves is doing this, based on an open-source parallel ultra low power microprocessor architecture. Though it's early days, implications for IoT architecture and energy efficiency could be dramatic.
Micro data centers at the edge of the wireless network were first considered a way for telcos to earn some extra revenue. Now they’re being leveraged to solve a deeper, darker problem: managing backhaul.
AI and, in particular, Machine Learning, has unique processing requirements that is already changing how systems are architected and deployed. Here's what it is about AI that is driving an architectural revolution.
One of those behind-the-scenes projects, Arrow addresses the age-old problem of getting the compute-storage balance right for in-memory big data processing. Operating as a black box, many practitioners don't know it’s around. But with over a million downloads each month, Arrow’s presence is starting to become known.