Posted today to the article – Anthony Levanandowski is in Trouble, Again: I think the most salient point to this discussion – as presented – is, what exactly was Mr. Levanandowski’s role at Google? Was he a test engineer or a design engineer? If he left Google as a test engineer to then move on… Continue reading EETimes Comment
My most recent comment to the EETimes: What I find missing in these recent political trade war discussions is any mention – in a healthy sense any way – of the very nature of competition. Technology is competitive; company against company, nation against nation. Developing superior technology has historically always delivered that necessary competitive edge.… Continue reading Technology and Politics
Just published to the EETimes. Convenience has a cost. This action should serve as a big wake up call to the lazy and naive who want the benefits of internet connected devices without assuming any of the responsibilities for the inherent security. The consumer IoT is new, so it is easy to view this exercise… Continue reading Convenience vs. Privacy
I just published another comment to the EETimes. The article, ‘Swan’s Mission: Turn Around Battleship Intel.’ “The analysts cited in this article – McGregor, Moorhead, Krewell – I am guessing are all business guys. And the argument is – because the business of Intel is ostensibly business, then of course a business guy (Swan) is… Continue reading Intel Turnaround?
Just published a comment to the EETimes. A bean counter to lead a technology company? Sorry, but that’s just plain wrong. It’s a cliché (but also true) that the priority of all bean counters is the finance end of the business. Because that’s what they know and that’s their comfort zone. So when the business plan… Continue reading Intel Names Bob Swan as CEO
My comment to the EETimes article, ‘Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?’ “A wonderful article – thank you! I read this practically sitting on the edge of my seat. And the answer to the question, ‘Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?’ The answer is most probably no, because as someone you quoted in… Continue reading Will headless Intel woo AMD’s Lisa Su?
My most recent comment to the EETimes. The article – U.S. vs. Huawei: ‘There Will Be A War’. As a former principal engineer for an American tech giant once stationed in Asia I thought I would respond to your most worthy article with a couple of comments. First, what you call muddled, as in muddled… Continue reading There is War