Moore\’s law

Technology innovation on the second half of the chessboard

The speed and magnitude with which technology innovation is moving is mind boggling, even for those of us who have worked at the center of it for decades. Technology innovation is now a global village

How computing will change amid challenges to Moore’s Law

We are in the midst of a true inflection point in computing, and the very way we interface with technology daily is changing.

One chip to rule them all? The Internet of Things and the next great era of hardware

It's been almost 10 years since Apple unveiled the iPhone. Since that day, the smartphone has been the overwhelming driver of innovation in the technology industry. Many components have made stunning

Two Lies And A Truth About “The Bubble”

There has been a lot of discussion about startup valuation over the past few months. Luminaries across the industry have chimed in, suggesting we’re returning to a time of irrational investment valu

Your App Is Slow Because Our World Is Ending

The meatiest article I ran across on the Internet this week was also--maybe--a harbinger of doom for life as we know it. I mean Drew Crawford's <a target="_blank" href="http://sealedabstract.com/rants

Disruptive Tendencies

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Moore's law not in danger just yet

The hard science behind your processor may not be interesting to you now, but if Intel were to say “Sorry, it’s physically impossible to go any faster,” you’d get real interest

HD DVD notebooks to fall below $1000 by year's end?

Toshiba VP Carl Pinto says that by Christmas time, "you’ll be able to buy notebook computers at retail stores for under $1000," in reference to HD DVD-equipped notebooks. It’s no