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The weekly Tech.pinions podcast offers a hard-hitting analysis of the most important tech industry stories and trends, with key insights from well-respected analysts.

In a fun, conversational style, the program aims at going beyond the headlines and talks about the potential long-term impact of tech-related news announcements.

The Tech.pinions podcast is hosted by TECHnalysis Research president and radio veteran Bob O’Donnell and Tech.pinions founder Ben Bajarin, and features Carolina Milanesi of Creative Strategies, with regular contributions from Tim Bajarin of Creative Strategies as well.

 

Apr 16, 2021

This week's Techpinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi and Bob O'Donnell analyzing the news from Nvidia's GTC conference, chatting about the release of Microsoft's Surface Laptop 4 and other accessories, and previewing the upcoming product launch events from Samsung and Apple.


Apr 9, 2021

This week's Techpinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi and Bob O'Donnell analyzing the recent announcement of Verizon's deal with AWS to combine private 5G with AWS Outpost private cloud for a new type of edge computing, chatting on Intel's new 3rd generation Xeon Scalable server CPUs and their impact on 5G...


Apr 2, 2021

This week’s Techpinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi and Bob O’Donnell discussing the announcement of Arm's latest generation v9 chip architectures unveiled at their Vision Day event and analyzing the news from Cisco's CiscoLive event, including their latest efforts on Webex and hybrid work.


Mar 26, 2021

This week’s Techpinions podcast features Carolina Milanesi and Bob O’Donnell analyzing Intel's new IDM 2.0 manufacturing strategy, discussing Microsoft's recent Remote Trend Index study on hybrid work expectations and chatting about a new Samsung chip co-designed with Marvell that's designed to improve the power...


Mar 19, 2021

This week's Techpinions podcast features Ben Bajarin, Bob O'Donnell and special guest Steve Baker of NPD looking at the results of tech-related products sales trends in categories ranging from TVs and PCs to WiFi routers and monitors, throughout 2020 and into 2021, and what that says about the future of the tech industry.