Monthly Archives: February 2015

Can superMHL Fly?

This is a piece ruminating on a possible successor to HDMI. superMHL (yes, lowercase “s”) carries both data and power, combining two cables into one. Can superMHL Fly?

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Is This The Car of Our Future?

Here’s my Huffington Post column on what I thought was the coolest thing I saw at CES and most important technology I’ve seen in years – Toyota’s Mirai, whose electric engine runs on non-polluting hydrogen. Talk about energy independence… Is … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Thomas Edison!

A couple of years ago, I wrote a birthday tribute to Thomas Edison for the late and semi-lamented Tech Goes Strong. Since that site is kaput, I present that Edison tribute here, along with some photos of my 2004 visit … Continue reading

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My TWICE CES Coverage

As per usual, I assisted TWICE magazine, the leading consumer electronics trade publication, in its CES 2015 coverage. I was assigned to cover the emerging DIY smart home market as well as tablets, but strayed afield some to OLED TVs and other topics. … Continue reading

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