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Previous Podcasts

June 14, 2021
Episode 1: Apple WWDC, Cisco Webex Suite, Verizon On Site 5G

April 24, 2021
Apple Spring Launch, Netflix and Intel Earnings, Microsoft Work Habits Study

April 17, 2021
Nvidia GTC, Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, Samsung Unpacked Preview, Apple Spring Event Preview

April 10, 2021
Verizon-AWS Edge Computing, Intel 5G Infrastructure, Samsung A Series, T-Mobile 5G

April 3, 2021
Arm Vision Day, CiscoLive

March 27, 2021
Intel Manufacturing Strategy, Microsoft Remote Work Study, Samsung Networks Marvell 5G SOC

March 20, 2021
2020 and 2021 Tech Industry Retail Trends

March 13, 2021
Chromebooks, QTL Interview, Work from Home, Bosch Global Foundries, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T Analyst Days

March 6, 2021
Microsoft Ignite, Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound, T-Mobile 5G Business

February 27, 2021
5G C-Band Auction, T-Mobile Magenta Max, HPE Open RAN, Intel-Google 5G

February 6, 2021
Amazon and Google Earnings, Poly P Series, Microsoft Viva

January 30, 2021
Microsoft, AMD, Apple and Facebook Earnings, RobinHood Stock Trading

January 23, 2021
Intel and IBM Earnings, Nvidia GeForce Now Alliance, Apple VR Headset Rumors

January 16, 2021
CES 2021, Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event

January 9, 2021
Social Media Impact, Pre-CES TV, PC, Automotive and 5G News

2020 Podcasts

2019 Podcasts

2018 Podcasts

2017 Podcasts

2016 Podcasts

2015 Podcasts

2014 Podcasts

TECHnalysis Research Podcasts
As of June 2021, Bob O'Donnell has launched his own new podcast called Everything Technology. Intended to be a weekly, video-based program, each episode will feature roughly 15 minutes of tech industry news analysis and a 15 minute interview with a leading thinker from the tech business.

June 28, 2021
Everything Technology Podcast

Episode 2: HPE Discover, Global Foundries’ Expansion, 5G Network Infrastructure from Samsung Networks, Ericsson, Intel, T-Mobile 5Gin, Lattice Semi Certus Pro NX, Citrix, Windows 11

Interview: Sam Burd, Dell Technologies

This week’s episode of Everything Technology covers announcements from HPE’s Discover Event, the expansion of Global Foundries’ chip manufacturing facilities, 5G network infrastructure announcements from Samsung Networks, Ericsson and Intel, new 5Gin from T-Mobile, the launch of Lattice Semiconductor’s Certus Pro NX FPGA chip, a discussion of AI-driven enterprise software advancements from Citrix, and some in-depth analysis of the new Microsoft Windows 11 announcement. This week’s interview is with Sam Burd, the President of the Client Solutions Group for Dell Technologies and it takes an in-depth look at the current state of the PC market, how it get here and where it’s headed.

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