An Interview With Jay Goldberg About the Chip Slowdown, Intel and Nvidia, and the CHIPS Act, plus Nvidia’s perfect storm, the importance of software versus chip design, and why Goldberg is so optimistic about ARM in the data center.
A Twitter’s whistleblowers report is very believable in terms of Twitter’s violation of its FTC consent decree; that may matter more to Elon Musk than the discussion about bots.
A story about Google’s false positives while scanning for CSAM highlight the terrible trade-offs involved; what is black and white is that Google is in the wrong.
The CHIPS Act is flawed in both its premise and implementation, but is worth passing for geopolitical reasons; that, though, means that Intel shouldn’t be calling the shots, particularly since it needs it more than ever.
Good morning, I have long been very focused on identity; it’s one of the reasons I was a very early Facebook bull in the consumer space, but the concept is equally if not more important in the enterprise space. Owning identity was one of the keys to Microsoft’s dominance, but the shift to cloud apps,Subscribe […]
A story about how hackers got data from tech companies illustrates the fundamental challenge of trust on the Internet, and gives insight into the challenges of interoperability.
The reaction to the Ukraine invasion has been a demonstration of tech capabilities; those capabilities may be the key to compelling China to pressure Russia.
Facebook and Google bans probably don’t make much of a difference in the short-term, but will be a challenge in the long-term. Then, the structure of crypto drives a different response.
The Internet continues to split over politics, in this case the Ukraine-Russia conflict; the biggest impact, though, is social media. Plus, follow-up to the interview with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger.
Intel’s CEO is out campaigning for subsidies; his pitch doesn’t give sufficient credit to TSMC and Samsung for their success.