July 2nd 2015
An interview with Jon Peddie, president of Jon Peddie Research, a technically oriented consulting firm specializing in everything having to do with computer graphics. Topics include computer graphic basics, practical uses of CG, and emerging fields such as virtual reality and augmented reality. Martin Wasserman hosts.
Techwatch June 23rd 2015
Have I ever been wrong about these things?
The forecast is strong, the future bright—what could possibly go wrong? Look at the numbers. How can this miss, everyone wants one.
Now that the latest gold rush fever has hit the industry with IoT, wearables, and VR, let’s take pause and look back a few years and the some of the more recent goldrushes.
3D TV were forecast to reach 3.2 million global shipments in 2010 and 91 million in 2014.
The future of 3DTVs: 157.7 million sales are forecast for 2017.
The popularity of 3D TV continues on,
NEW YORK—Sony Corp. today cut the price of its PlayStation 3 game console in the United States and announced an even cheaper model that will arrive before the holiday shopping season. The top-line PlayStation model, with an 80 gigabyte hard drive, now costs $499, down from $599. That effectively eliminates the lower-end model,Read the complete article
Move over, iPhone. There’s a new high-capacity media phone in town and it’s… downright ridiculous.
Samsung and Danish design firm Bang & Olufsen revealed their latest collaboration on Tuesday, the Serenata phone.
Featuring B&O’s trademark over-the-top design, 4GB of storage and a 2.26-inch LCD screen,Read the complete article
SEOUL, South Korea - LG Electronics Inc., a major producer of mobile phones and consumer electronics, said Tuesday that third-quarter net profit surged nearly 15-fold amid record handset sales and better performance by its flat panel joint venture LG.Philips LCD Co.
LG Electronics earned 339.2 billion won ($369.8 million) in theRead the complete article
If you asked any of the executives at Nvidia if they were planning to offer an IGP three years ago, they would have said something like, no way, Who’d want to be in that low margin business? We have way too many other things to do, etc.Click here to read this news article
from Advertising Age (adage.com)
The joystick has brought Ben Stiller nothing but sorrow.
Total industry ticket sales were only $80 million for the Oct. 5 weekend the film opened, a whopping 27% below the same weekend the year before, according to research firm Media by Numbers. That’s the industry’s worstRead the complete article