An interview with CEO Pat Gelsinger about Intel’s progress in his tenure, and why he believes that Intel can compete with TSMC for process leadership. Plus, mistakes that were made, why Intel needs the CHIPS Act, and why AI is good for Intel.
OpenAI’s developer keynote was exciting, both because AI was exciting, and because OpenAI has the potential to be a meaningful consumer tech company.
An interview with WFAN’s Spike Eskin about the radio business, how it is different than podcasts, and how stars are made on the Internet.
Netflix’s earnings seemed targeted at other Hollywood Studios losing money on streaming; then, why gaming isn’t a completely terrible idea (and how it works in the App Store)
An interview with former TechCrunch editor-in-chief Matthew Panzarino about his career covering technology.
Adobe Max was all about AI, with no mention of Figma. Adobe would still like the latter, but it is much better positioned to do without it thanks to its integration of Firefly. Plus, why marking content will matter for humans than AI.
Defining virtual reality as being about hardware is to miss the point: virtual reality is AI, and hardware is an (essential) means to an end.
An interview with Anduril founder and CEO Brian Schimpf about why now is the time for a software-based defense contractor, despite software’s bad fit with the military procurement process.
Max adds sports, and Fox might want to shore up its position in the bundle. Then, Disney confirms it is in its Taylor Swift era, and investors are not impressed.
Charting ESPN’s rise, including how it build leverage over the cable TV providers, and its ongoing decline, caused by the Internet.