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Temu and Homary: Online Retailers That Are Generally a Good Value

I’ve seen a lot of warnings lately saying don’t load the Temu app or buy from the store. There have been plenty of accusations but few actual, validated facts ...

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How AI Could Have Prevented the Key Bridge Collapse

Today is April Fools' Day, but this is no laughing matter. The U.S. is dealing with one of the most expensive accidents in its history. On March 26, a container ship lost power several times and hit the Francis Scott Key Bridge with two pilots on board. Lives were lost, and it’s estimated to take $400 million and possibly a decade to rebuild ...

MicroStrategy Adds New AI-Powered Self-Service Business Analytics Feature

Customized generative AI bots have some advantages over general-purpose bots like ChatGPT, Gemini, and Claude, noted Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm in Bend, Ore. "Generally, they are more focused and able to do one or a few things well and potentially better," he told TechNewsWorld. "They're also able to run locally because they use smaller libraries."

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GTC 2024: The Brilliant Insanity of Nvidia’s CEO and Which AI Vendors Stood Out

Last week was Nvidia’s GTC, which I think should be renamed since we connect the “G” in GTC to GPU, and this event was mainly about AI. If you are interested in AI, you should watch the keynote from the event. It was fricken amazing! The Disney robots stole the show! I was there, and even though the venue sucked, I still place it as one of the most amazing events I’ve ever experienced in line with the Windows 95 launch. Other CEOs should use this keynote as the new standard for how these things should be done...

Apple, Google Talks Could Bring Gemini AI to iPhone

"Apple is way behind on AI," declared Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst with the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm in Bend, Ore "That's kind of amazing," he told TechNewsWorld, "since Siri was one of the first digital assistants in the market, but once they l...

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Might Nvidia Be the First Company With an AI CEO?

As is typically the case when one company jumps ahead of the others, analysts like me get asked what makes Nvidia so much more successful than its peers. While my peers may have different answers, I think there is one predominant cause for this success: Nvidia’s CEO, Jensen Huang ...

Musk’s YouTube-Like TV Venture Faces Strong Challenges From Incumbents

Experts said Musk’s announcement is more than bluster. "The likelihood that he’ll try this is high. The likelihood, given how he has mismanaged Twitter, in him doing this right is exceedingly low," observed Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm in Bend, Ore...

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The High Stakes of Tech Marketing and the ‘Green Lantern’ Conundrum

Last week, I attended the HP Amplify Partner Conference along with the CEOs of AMD, Google, Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm. Each of these CEOs praised HP’s effort, but Jensen Huang stood out because he actively pitched HP’s new workstation and PC lines, which he had encouraged HP to build ...

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Nvidia vs. Apple: The Difference Between Strategic and Tactical Leadership

Apple just pulled the plug on its electric car effort as Nvidia’s valuation continues to increase to a point where it may soon pass Apple’s ...

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OpenAI’s Sora, ElevenLabs, and the End of Video Media as We Know It

The evolution of video and audio entertainment took us from bards and roving entertainers to fixed plays supplemented by radio theater ...

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Are Deepfakes Overblown?

I’ve worked in and out of security for decades. We did the same kinds of things people do with deepfakes with far older technology when I was working on the switchboard at my friend’s motel when I was a kid. Back then, all we had were hard-wired phones, but we’d often mess with people late at night by pretending to be people we weren’t ...

Vision Pro Revives One-and-Done App Purchases

With new products, it typically takes three versions before they're considered mature and relatively low risk, explained Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst of the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm in Bend, Ore "Developers want their money upfront because there...

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Can Hydrogen-Powered Cars Leave EVs in the Rearview?

The collaboration between Honda and GM to develop hydrogen cars, Toyota's ongoing support for hydrogen technology, and the potential for retrofitting traditional gas engines to run on hydrogen might lead some to question the future viability of electric vehicles ...

YouTube TV Climbs to Fourth Among US Pay-TV Services

YouTube TV also benefits from Google's domination of internet search, maintained Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst with the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm, in Bend, Ore. "Google has a huge advantage when it comes to pushing their own content," he told TechNewsWorld...

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Apple’s Vision Pro: The Slow Birth of Spatial Computing

The Apple Vision Pro has started to ship, and reviewers are providing a range of opinions on this first-generation product. Like most first-gen hardware, the offering is strong on technology but still weak on applications, but both will change as it evolves and more developers start building for it ...

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The 5 Best Plug-In Hybrids for 2024

Gas-electric hybrid cars fill a need for those who want an electric car but don’t want to experience range anxiety. Since these vehicles have dual drive trains, one electric and the other gas, they are more complex than all-electric or all-gas-powered cars ...

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10 Products From CES 2024 That Set the Innovation Bar

I’m still digging through the massive number of announcements from CES earlier this month, and I found 10 products that set the bar for innovation. These are products that I’ve considered buying because they are cool or address a problem that I find compelling ...

Paranoia in the Home: 1 in 3 Americans Worried About Their Smart Gadgets Being Hacked

According to Rob Enderle, president and principal analyst at the Enderle Group, an advisory services firm in Bend, Ore., consumers have good reasons to worry about smart home devices "We’ve had substantial issues with people hacking nanny cams and laptop cameras in order to ...

The Robotic Wave at CES

The first presentation I attended at CES this year was from Nvidia. It set the tone with Nvidia ACE and a host of technologies that are creating a robotic future that is rapidly becoming our present ...

CRM Advances With AI Powers Amid Data Privacy Challenges

The customer assistant concept is one of the big focus areas for generative AI, interjected Rob Enderle, principal analyst at Enderle Group. IBM’s early testing with Watson showcased that gen AI, done well, lowers costs, increases customer engagement and loyalty, and increases customer satisfaction...

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