Moore’s Law is the name the press gave to the observation made in 1965 by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel. He said that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits had doubled every year since the integrated circuit was invented. Moore predicted that this trend would continue for the foreseeable future. In […]
Essays on technology, media, marketing and politics.
I was at CES I was lucky enough to spend a few minutes with Joseph Damato, Director – Consumer Electronics for Delphi. They make hardware for XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. Our conversation was about compatibility and consumer choice. While Joseph did not want me to use a time frame, he did say that the […]
Reuters reports that Delphi and Comcast are going to team up to bring video content to your car. Microsoft is “taking a backseat,” forgive the pun, and is planning to offer kids videos over Sirius Satellite. How will it all work? Let’s forget content rights, union & guild payments and business rules for a minute […]
I’m traveling to CES today, so here’s some news from Taiwanese motherboard maker FIC. They will unveil a Linux-based portable media player (PMP) at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. FIC’s “Vassili” includes a 3.6-inch color LCD screen and a 20GB hard drive, and can play multimedia content downloaded directly from PCs […]
Now everyone wants to help you search your desktop: Google, MSN, Ask Jeeves and Yahoo! They are all competing to become the brand of choice for all of your searching needs … local, network and Internet. This is a very important precursor to the way the television industry is about to evolve – let’s watch […]