Hardware

Intel details ‘Ponte Vecchio’ graphics processor

Intel has released product details for its first true graphics processor. Based on Intel’s Xe microarchitecture, the new general-purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) is code-named “Ponte Vecchio”, borrowing from the name of the oldest bridge in Florence. As opposed to churning out mind-bl ...

The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 32: Reflections from the Open Source Member of Parliament – A Conversation with Ex-MP David Graham

David Graham was not your typical Member of Parliament. A Liberal MP from the Quebec riding of Laurentides-Labelle, Graham brought a background in open source issues to Parliament Hill. Over his four years as an MP, Graham was seemingly everywhere when it came to digital policy. Whether in the Hous ...

NetApp unveils its Keystone

LAS VEGAS – The keystone of an arch is the stone at the top that holds everything together, and that’s what NetApp is aiming for with its Keystone program. Unveiled at the company’s annual user conference, Insight, Keystone offers a simplified way to achieve the agility of cloud infrastructur ...

Looking for opportunities in femtech

I recently froze my eggs. I was actually surprised by how much energy, effort and time was involved. It’s not as straightforward as taking a “fertility test” today and then deciding to freeze your eggs tomorrow. The entire process demands months of preparation – from getting your body to op ...

What IoT Means for the Future of Technology Businesses

What IoT Means for the Future of Technology Businesses Mert Yucesoy | Trust, Ethics, and Privacy, Applied Artificial Intelligence What is Io ...

What IoT Means for the Future of Technology Businesses

What IoT Means for the Future of Technology Businesses Mert Yucesoy | Trust, Ethics, and Privacy, Applied Artificial Intelligence What is Io ...

Allow municipalities to share their IT product security assessments, urges infosec pro

ORILLIA, Ont. — With stretched budgets and small IT departments many municipalities have trouble deciding which hardware, software, cloud and mobile apps they want to buy meet their security needs. But one infosec pro says municipalities should be able to share their security assessments of these ...

Lessons about company building from the WeWork drama

The WeWork drama of the past weeks is a great reminder of how perceptions of a start-up opportunity can change very dramatically in a short period of time. What was one of the highest flying start-ups with a private market valuation of $47B was brought down to Earth when trying to IPO. (Important t ...

Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 2019 laptop review: As flexible as you are

I’m saying it: the Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is quite possibly my favorite laptop this year. Its solid build quality, abetted by the phenomenal keyboard and long battery life, is everything I could ask for in a business notebook. Dell also offers plenty of security feature at the cost of a smaller b ...

One year into Fund III: some high level stats

A few weeks ago I shared my reflections on my first year as a GP. Along with all the well wishes (thank you!!), many asked what Version One is investing in these days. Our portfolio companies aren’t as quick to publicize fundraising rounds like they used to and as such, we’re not making as many ...