Who Do You Trust? Zero-Trust Networks

[powerpress] Episode 56 of the podcast is a conversation with Dr. Lisa J. Porter on zero-trust architectures. Porter started the current conversation on calibrating expectations about trust and security in…

October 19, 2020 0

Sharing Federal Spectrum by Contract

Applications that can’t be supported by LTE and its progeny probably can be supported by a small number of alternative technologies that have commercial applications. So sharing by contract should be the default mode.

December 6, 2018 0

Regulatory Balance Across Platforms

Perhaps the best path to correction of our regulatory schizophrenia begins with the Alternative Infrastructure. It has some properties of ISPs and some of the Internet-Based Services.

May 1, 2018 0

Will an Algorithm Replace Me?

Greg Adamson and colleagues at University of Melbourne offer advice on keeping your job from going to a robot: “Since the Industrial Revolution 200 years ago, technological advances have always…

November 6, 2017 0

AI: Useful Tool or Existential Threat?

Perhaps because there seems to be a shortage of natural intelligence these days, artificial intelligence is grabbing a prominent place in public discourse. MIT Technology Review is running an exceptional…

October 10, 2017 0

Making the Internet of the Future Happen Today

With all the policy controversy around the Internet today it’s useful to take a step back and look at the overall trajectory. While the battles over privacy, security, and the…

May 11, 2017 0

The Evolution of the WinTel PC to be Revealed

The next evolution of the Personal Computer (PC) running Windows and Intel Architecture (WinTel) will likely be shown this week at Microsoft’s “Build” conference for software developers.  If reports are…

September 12, 2011 4

The Steve Jobs Story

You may have noticed that Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple’s official CEO last week. There’s been an awful lot written about the man and his contributions to the tech…

August 29, 2011 1

Stranger than Fiction

Jean Louis Gassée is one of the more intriguing former Apple managers. During Steve Jobs’ exile in the 1980s, Gassée served as head of Macintosh development, Steve’s old job. John…

August 15, 2011 0

Apple’s Secret Sauce

Why is Apple able to create totally new platforms for computing and networking year after year while other high tech companies are more like one-trick ponies? Part of the answer…

January 23, 2011 0