In an interview with VRW, Israel’s Nadav Dakner shares that entrepreneurs in potential conflict areas must always be on their toes, knowing how to deal with any eventuality.
In this startup interview, Hostt founder John Rampton explains how free-to-use online services can help spark innovation for small businesses.
In this startup interview, Wiser CEO Arie Shpanya shares how businesses can gain from finding meaning and actionable insights from big data.
Entrepreneur and PR strategist Murray Newlands shares insights on crowdfunding and why Facebook believes VR is the next big thing in computing.
Entrepreneur and PR strategist Murray Newlands shares insights on crowdfunding, startup marketing and what kind of startups VCs are funding.
EduTech startup Quipper aims to make education more accessible through technology. With the founder’s previous success in mobile gaming, the company believes gaming and education share the same tech “DNA.”
How can startups and enterprises thrive amid a backdrop of political instability or the threat of armed conflict? BSN* sits down with Israeli startup founder Jonathan Saragossi regarding his thoughts on venture capital, investment risks and the Internet of Things.
GetResponse kicks off its ASEAN expansion. Our interview highlights key opportunities in this market, as well as the importance of adaptive design and mobile-first strategies.
For all Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) wants to hype new unproven markets such as wearables and mobile, desktop along with servers, are still the company’s cash cow. Intel didn’t share much in the line of desktops at IDF, as the company already made its big desktop related announcements earlier this year at the Game Developer Conference in San Fransisco as well as in June at Computex. The company did hint at Skylake, the successor to Broadwell, but didn’t reveal any important technical information (Skylake, however, was old news as its existence had been long leaked already). But as desktop is one of the two main pillars of
For all the talk from AMD about Mantle being revolutionary for game developers and consumers, for a while it seemed to be forgotten that AMD doesn’t have a monopoly on the competitive advantage Mantle promises. DirectX, with its near universal adoption amongst developers, is fully capable of offering the low overhead and close to the metal programming environment that Mantle promises. Earlier this month at SIGGRAPH in Vancouver Microsoft proved just that, running DirectX 12 on an Intel-powered Surface Pro 3. During the benchmarks displayed at Intel’s booth on the show floor, DirectX 12 provided a fairly serious performance gains over the previous version. Last week
The Sacramento California Student Branch of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) hosted a conference for Region VI. Invitations were sent to all student branches in the seven western United States. The event took place at California State University at Sacramento (CSUS). The educational advisor for Region VI is Oleg Yakimenko, professor at the Naval Post Graduate School and Director of the Autonomous Systems Engineering and Integration Lab. Both aerospace professionals and university students who are working on projects related to aerospace made presentations. Topics ranged from space vehicle design to aerospace business portfolio analysis. AIAA members are aiming for the stars. One
One of probably most important people in the industry (that you never heard off) decided to add another semiconductor company to his resume. After ATI, AMD, GlobalFoundries and Intel, his next destination is San Diego.Jon Carvill’s last job at Intel was trying to get the message of Intel Media business division out, but numerous delays and corporate inability to achieve a deal with content providers lead to a decision that Intel decided to start shopping it around. It looks like Jon got bored with the continuous roadmap slip ups and questions from media and analysts. Or worse, an uninformed Board of Directors. Before Intel Media, Jon
Hi Kevin, thanks for agreeing to do this. We just wanted to ask you some questions about the whole AMD situation to clear up the air and go on the record about the whole situation. Anshel: Hi Kevin, thanks for joining us. Could you please give our audience a little background about yourself and your company? Kevin: I am one of the three founders of ORIGIN PC along with Richard Cary and Hector Penton. Next month will be our four year anniversary, and my partners and I each worked at Alienware for over a decade. We are passionate about our love for building and supporting
Anshel. Hi Gary, before we start the interview, where are you from and what company/companies do you own/represent? Gary Vaynerchuk: I am the owner of Wine Library and started Vaynermedia with my brother. I am also invested in a few companies, but do not own them or have a controlling stake. A. Since you’re so heavily involved in social media and brand awareness what would you say are the most important things a new online business should consider when starting up? G: The big opportunity and position, native story telling. Do you understand the nuances of the platform that you?re on and are you native?
Back in March we caught up with Tim Sweeney, the founder of Epic Games, to talk about the state of the game industry and to chat about what emerging technologies were most interesting as well as to talk about some technologies that aren’t even in games. If you’re interested in hearing one of the legends of the game industry give some really insightful thoughts, sit back and relax. There are certainly some great ideas and perhaps, one of the best has to do with PC gaming. After that interview we got a few really good takeaways, there is no doubt that a company like Epic
Recently, we sat down with Subramani "Subi" Kengeri, Vice President of Design Solutions at GlobalFoundries. See what GlobalFoundries plans for the future in our 12 minute interview. We have discussed topics around advanced process nodes, such as 28nm, 20nm and 14nm. Subramani "Subi" Kengeri, VP of Design Solutions at GlobalFoundries. Photo: John Oram, BSN* We also learned what issues are plaguing Silicon-On-Insulator at 28nm and 20nm nodes, as well as relationship with over 150 GlobalFoundries customers. Enjoy.
During the Panasonic Spring Product Seminar 2012 which was held in Zagreb, Croatia, we spoke with Mr. Attila Rippel, Director of Marketing for Panasonic SE Europe. In a 10 minute interview, Mr. Rippel discussed the Panasonic product strategy, newly found focus on LED-backlit TV’s as well as 3D and SMART TV technologies. We have to admit that Panasonic Eluga is the finest smartphone we’ve seen in quite some time, and the integration with Panasonic Viera Smart is working without a hitch. What Mr. Rippel thinks about the technologies at hand – find out here: The video was shot by Mr. Igor Hlusicka of HDTelevizija.com, our
Nicholas Charbonnier, a well known blogger from ARMdevices.net interviewed two industry veterans, our own contributing editor John Oram and Gil Russell, our principal analyst. The interview included discussion on the first public demonstration of TSMC’s 20nm Cortex-A15 silicon, prospects of Mali GPU series, as well as Qualcomm, NVIDIA chances in upcoming couple of years. Gil and John also discussed the probability of ARM instruction set ending up in AMD or Intel processors of the future. You can view the interview here:
On a Sunny morning in San Francisco, CA, BSN* met with Richard Brown, CPU Platform Sales and Marketing, VP of Marketing, at VIA Technologies, to discuss their newly announced multi-core processors. BSN*: What does VIA see on its marketing horizon? Richard Brown: Digital signage is one of the up-and-coming areas for our product development/marketing focus. For example, we have a nine-screen display server for digital signage. At ESC Silicon Valley in San Jose, VIA showed a four screen digital signage solution. VIA has moved from a traditionally fabless CPU engineering firm and moved in the direction of a solutions provider. We now look at a
Mark Cuban is a self-made billionaire and an assiduous, yet casual [dressed] businessman. He got his start like many American entrepreneurs, cultivating small businesses and growing his net worth through taking chances, working hard and by embracing technology. In-fact he is one of my role models because he represents the beginnings that I relate to and the success that many of us aspire for. He is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, a team that has done a 180-degree turn [for the better] since he bought them in January 2000. He is also chairman of HDNet, a cable TV channel that features only HD content,