Internet of Things (IoT)


This is a Tough Year to Bet on Ecosystems (Premium)

With Big Tech reeling in the wake of the pandemic-era boom, Amazon, Google, and others…


A Wi-Fi Dilemma (Premium)

It’s past time to upgrade my aging Wi-Fi 5 mesh network to something more modern,…


When Everything is Technology, Nothing is Technology (Premium)

I routinely provide Google with two pieces of feedback: the home in my neighborhood that…

Qualcomm Revenues Jump 52 Percent

Microprocessor giant Qualcomm this week reported that it earned a net income of $1.8 billion…

hololens us army

Microsoft to Build 120,000 HoloLens Headsets for the U.S. Army

Microsoft announced today that it has received a contract worth up to $21.88 billion over…

Google I/O Announcement Roundup

I’m plenty-busy here in Seattle for Microsoft Build, but I wanted to at least provide…

Philips Hue Lights Finally Let You Control the Power-on Behaviour

Your smart lights will no longer hurt your eyes when they power back on.

Intel Neural Compute Stick 2 Improves AI Capabilities for Makers

Intel's Neural Compute Stick 2 will help makers bring computer vision and AI to IoT…

Microsoft Announces October 2018 Update for Windows 10 IoT

Microsoft today announced the October 2018 Update for Windows 10 IoT, its operating system for…

Microsoft Ignite 2018: AI, IT, and 365, Oh My

Microsoft is kicking off Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida this week. Here are some early…

Microsoft, Back on Track

Microsoft, Back on Track (Premium)

So what did I think of Build 2018? It got off to a tough start,…

Build 2018: The World is a Computer

Build 2018: The World is a Computer (Premium)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella introduced a useful new concept today to help us understand the…

Google Announces Android Things 1.0

Google Announces Android Things 1.0

On the eve of Google IO, and while Microsoft was talking up IoT at its…

Linux Everywhere

Linux Everywhere (Premium)

Bill Gates once remarked that Windows was the most versatile software that the world had…

Thinking About Azure Sphere and Licensing

Thinking About Azure Sphere and Licensing (Premium)

Contrary to various reports, Microsoft will indeed charge a licensing fee for Azure Sphere. Is…

Did Microsoft Choose Linux Because It's More Secure Than Windows?

Did Microsoft Choose Linux Because It’s More Secure Than Windows? (Premium)

UPDATE: Microsoft contacted me regarding the premise of this story and confirmed that security had…

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